Fluencee is an up and coming producer who you need to have on your radar. His ability to blend styles that shouldn’t mix and create something beautifully unique is uncanny. His latest release, ‘Foxgloves’ comes as the last single off of his forthcoming coming EP of the same name. The track pulls influences from blues, jazz, and of course electronic music.
Fluencee – ‘Foxgloves’
Fluencee penned a beautiful song that serves as a reminder to everyone that sometimes we all need a little support. This message comes at a pertinent time. Mental health concerns in the dance music industry are at an all-time high, especially after the tragic passing of Avicii. Fluencee gets his name from a speech impediment that he has struggled with for the entirety of his life.
“I wrote Foxgloves for anyone who might be feeling lonely in a critical time of need. There are some days when we just aren’t ourselves; but there is always someone to turn to. I hope this track serves as a reminder that it’s easy to let friendships and relationships fade away. That’s why, when you find someone you want to keep around, you do something about it.”
A terrible stutter held him back and at points isolated him. Not to be discouraged into submission, Fluencee began to produce music. This is where he found a language which works for him, a language he is fluent in without ever having to say a word.
‘Foxgloves’ is a complex production, there are a lot of things going on at any moment. Vocals, instrumentation, and of course a sultry beat come together to form a track that is unlike anything we have heard in quite some time.
If you are not in the loop with Fluencee yet, take a second to follow him on his social media. You will absolutely want to stay up to date with what comes next from this innately talented producer.