First heard it in a club in Istanbul and thanks to Shazam, here it is.
Coming in with a funky, uplifting bass line, the secrets to the title track ‘HigH’ are its searing vocals and the Rhodes-like chord stabs. The song breaks into an unforgettable bridge created by a seemingly never-ending vocal stretch followed by an explosive drop sure to revive any dance floor. ‘I Believe’ is a spoken word opus featuring a steady, jazzy bass line and the hair-raising convictions of South African vocalist The Lazarusman. The final song ‘Love & Peace’ delivers as advertised. Opening with steady, bongo driven, percussion, the showering piano melody and chimes interweave with the gentle male vocal pieces to create an atmosphere of bliss reminiscent of the early house records of the 80s and 90s.
I believe in youI believe in you like how we were told that the alphabets began with AI believe in you like how numerics start with 1How we’re all told the same storiesI believe in you like those who believe in gods and deitiesI worship the ground you walk on–I believe that your kisses are fountains of truthI believe that your eyes are crystals that ferment my skinI believe that your breath, your every step’s something that I could neverever ever ever, ever ever ever deny as truth to existence of a god.–I believe in you like salt shakers and musicI..I..I..I Believe In YouI think there’s something about you that I can’t exactly pin-point but…I..I point fingers at you.
I believe in you like how we were told that alphabets began with ANumerics with 1And how Infinite comes in the figure of 8I..I..I Believe you andYour steps and your walks are something that I could never everever ever ever denyBecause I personally(?)Let the magic of gods and daemonsAnd The Universe alikeAnd how you condense me like the Milky WayI believe in youI hope you believeThat you believe in me too‘Cause I believe in you.I believe in you
Lyrics by Murat Karatas and Fethi Karatas
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