Blake Hazard (Submarines) shares “Hey (Styrofoam remix)”

Today Blake Hazard (The Submarines) shares a new single “Hey (Styrofoam remix).” The track surrounds Hazard’s dreamy, hypnotic vocals with Styrofoam’s delicate electronic flourishes and synth patterns.  She describes the single as “a song of reassurance to a lover about the past. It can be tricky finding a way to respect each other’s histories in love, to not feel threatened by them in some way, at times.”

LISTEN to “Hey (Styrofoam remix)”

“Hey” is the second in a series of singles and remixes that will be released in 2017. The studio version was recorded in Los Angeles with producer Thom Monahan (Vetiver, Wild Nothing, Fruit Bats) and the remix was produced by Belgian indie-electronic artist, who has previously produced remixes for Ben Gibbard, the Postal Service, and the Submarines, among others.

Purchase/stream “Hey” here and “Hey (Styrofoam remix)” here.

Last month saw the release of “Before The Ice,” and Flood Magazine noted the single “tantalizes” and praised its “late-night smokiness.”  It was  remixed by Xander Singh (formerly of Passion Pit and Pepper Rabbit) – listen to that version here.

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