Norwegian Producer Marius Unveils Hypnotic Single & Trippy Visualizer, "Breeze" [PREMIERE]

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Rising producer and multi-instrumentalist Marius is equal parts offbeat, outlandish and mesmerizing. The Norwegian-based up and comer is a favorite amongst curators, with his beats garnering over three million streams independently. He made his debut in 2017 with his Existence Problem EP and returned in early 2019 with his single, "Lucky." Now he's back with "Breeze," which is collaborative on different levels, featuring vocals from RELLA and a hypnotizing visualizer made by Oslo artist Jesper Jansen.

"Breeze" begins with the familiar sound of a record crackling, soon to be joined by a series of unexpected chords. Marius's production shines on "Breeze" but doesn't overshadow the vocals. RELLA spits out the verses on top of the track, almost like a sung spoken word before hitting the chorus, repeatedly singing, "Don't let me go."

Marius commented on the making of the song,

“'Breeze' is one of those tracks that came about really easily. I had the instrumental for a while, and we found RELLA, and he instantly killed the entire track. There’s been very little changed up about this track from the very beginning, which is such a cool feeling. I think coming from 'Lucky,' which was way harder in its style, to 'Breeze,' is pretty dope. Really excited for everyone to hear the rest of the EP, too, which is a bit all over the place in terms of style.”

The accompanying visualizer is enthralling, featuring trippy hand-drawn animations of a beaten individual biting into a snake and walking solemnly through purple rain. There's a lot to unpack in the visuals, and they're probably better personally experienced than explained.

Give Marius some love on Spotify and immerse yourself in the hypnotic visuals for "Breeze."

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