New single Not Over You by Memoryy

2017-04-24 03:17:34 UTC

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2 years in the making & finally the new Memoryy album SKELETONS dropped on Friday. The new single is "NOT OVER YOU" - and Memoryy's saved the best for last. The stand-out single "Not Over You" is already creating a buzz with it's universally emotive chorus "I'm not over not getting over you." Flourished with violins, breathy choirs, glitching vocals & pulsing synths, Not Over You is a knock-out from start to finish & showcases Memoryy's ability at crafting emotionally-driven Electronic Pop is right up there with the best of them.  After writing the Netflix Chelsea Handler theme song & dropping remixes for Body Language, Bridgit Mendler, Paperwhite more last year, MEMORYY wraps up 5 of his recent HypeMachine hits in the new album SKELETONS. It's a genre-spanning pop accomplishment that features collaborations with artists & producers including The Golden Pony, Brothertiger, Brain Tan, Frances Cone, Yeasayer-producer Abe Seiferth, Saint Motel-producer Joe Napolitano,  Grammy-nominated Katy Perry mixer-Abe Seiferth.

Genre : indie, electronic

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