It’s been more than four years since the release of TroyBoi‘s “Do You?” and momentum on the notable track hasn’t slowed. “Do You?” has garnered more than 68 million plays to date and just recently got an official release on OWSLA. Accompanying its publishing on Skrillex‘s label is the arrival of a sultry music video, directed by Parris Goebel and featuring the ReQuest Dance Crew.
The British producer shows no signs of slowing down, continuing his tour de force by announcing a massive fall tour with Yultron. From October to December, the artists will trek all across North America, with stops in Dallas, San Francisco, Brooklyn and many more. According to a press release, the tour promises “throwbacks, soul, and old-school music… a sound journey through the decades that have inspired Troy.”
Catch TroyBoi and Yultron on tour here and view the full list of dates below.
To celebrate the package’s return from space, the pair have released a music video for the EP’s second track, “Do You.” The music video was created from the 360° footage of the package’s flight, showing the EP as it leaves the ground and sails for the heavens. As it ascends, viewers can observe the temperature, atmospheric pressure and altitude it travels. At the height of the song, the balloon camera offers stunning footage of the Earth from miles above its surface, showing breathtaking views from above the clouds. As the song draws to a close, the package descends back to Earth, where it lands in a field just as the Katie Boyle’s vocals drift off.
Reality Reach isn’t the only body of music that’s been sent into space. Over the years, Sent Into Space has worked with Metallica, Kelvin Jones, and Mystery Jets to present their music to fans in a unique way.
Kazy Lambist is back with one of my favorite songs he’s put out so far. It’s a new single titled, “Do You.” Along with a message I can definitley get behind in the lyrics, there’s chill synth work and glassy rhythms/samples that flow together seamlessly. Kazy is really bridging the gap between wavey modern-electronic production,