Lincoln Jesser Debuts New Single “Somebody Will” Featuring Gabrielle Current Out Now On Congo Records/Spinnin Records

California-based producer Lincoln Jesser makes his Congo Records, a sub-label of Spinnin’ Records, debut today with his latest single “Somebody Will” co-written by Maty Koyes (Featured on Kygo’s “Stay”). A feel good summery single featuring luscious vocals from LA born & raised, Filipino/Korean/Swedish vocalist Gabrielle Current. The pair team up for a breezy pop/electronic number that floats effortlessly along a bouncy bass line and guitar rifts that will soothe your ears as you reflect on love and life. Current sings about romance, trust in the universe, and everything in between. Lincoln shares, “‘Somebody Will’ went on a multi-year journey before it was finally finished, and i love the final form it’s taken…Maty Noyes and Gabrielle are both incredibly talented, and our collective energies turned this song into something special that really resonates for me. it’s a song about the state of self as well as the state of the world…things can get dark, but you have to keep faith that there is always another light ahead. That faith usually manifests into reality, if you let it. so excited to share the way that thought makes me feel, with you”.

2017 is proving to be a promising year for Jesser has already released an official remix of G-Eazy’s “Some Kind of Drug” and linked up with Speaker Of The House for their collaborative “Tiny Universe”. Listen here

“Somebody Will” is available internationally across all DSP’s via Congo/Spinnin today!

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