Here’s our next taste from Delorean’s Apar, “Destitute Time,” which features some vocal help from the band’s labelmate Glasser in lieu of, as promised, their formerly-omnipresent chopped-up vocal samples. It’s a fantastic track that really makes us yearn for more collaborations from these two – Glasser’s soaring vocals effortlessly wind around frontman Ekhi Lopetegi’s, while the rest of his band does what they do best, summoning an instantly infectious bubbly soundscape as fit for the club as it is for your backyard barbecue as it is for driving into the summer sunset. Check it out – Apar is out September 10.
Delorean + Glasser – “Destitute Time”
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