SHARES NEW SINGLE
‘A LITTLE BIT FURTHER‘
Writer, producer and composer Tourist returns with a brand new single ‘A Little Bit Further’, out now on all streaming platforms via the artists own imprint Monday Records. The track is accompanied by the official visualiser directed by Erin McConaghy.
Following the success of his fourth studio album ‘Inside Out’, the British producer makes a triumphant return with his latest track ‘A Little Bit Further’, sampling ‘Song For Wilde’ from one of his favourite artists Mark Fry. He infuses the psych rock as a juxtaposition across his ever evolving yet unmistakable electronic sound in this fast building dance record with emotive vocals that take you on a euphoric sonic voyage. He adds: “having finished the track, I actually emailed Mark himself and sent him the record – not only did he respond but he said he liked it and was happy for me to include it on my next album. This track is not only a testament to being inspired by others but also forming friendships through art, it’s a declaration of hope and love.” Breathy vocals build with the rolling beats to create a piece of music suited for the dance floors as well as those long drives, administering a sound that’s so vital in these times. There’s something timeless in the music Tourist makes yet so refreshing all at once, it’s no wonder his fan base is so loyal yet manages to amass new ones along the way.
After the enormous success of his last album ‘Inside Out’, with praise across the breadth of the global music media – including Clash, Bandcamp, This Song Is Sick, Stoney Roads, Music Tech and more – the UK-based producer went on to tour the world and wow crowds far and wide with his live shows. Entering his eleventh year of releasing music under the Tourist alias, he continues to remix for the likes of Flume, Chistine and The Queens, Wolf Alice, Deftones, CHVRCHES, Sophia Koutesis, Swedish House Mafia and The Weeknd. Showing no signs of slowing down he continues to grow with every year and has gone on to pick up a Grammy, co-write ‘Stay With Me’ for Sam Smith, sell out dates and festival appearances. Tourist once again shows he’s here to stay and looks set for another huge year.
Edited by Dillon Moore
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