Electronic hip hop duo Hermitude will release the music video for their brand new single ‘Every Day’ on April 1. The track is the second installment from the Australian duo, following the epic drop of ‘Stupid World’ ft. Bibi Bourelly (Rihanna, Usher, Mariah Carey).

Watch here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=25&v=XRrNCvCh_ig

Working with varied vocalists on their forthcoming album, the duo spread their wings and seek new adventures in collaboration with ‘Every Day’. From the moment the track begins, a sense of intrigue sets in. The synth swells, Hoodlem’s vocals step lightly and new flavours challenge what you can expect from the pair.

El gusto expands on the track, saying: “‘Every Day’ was a little gem created on the road. We spent a bunch of time touring over the last 3 years and ‘Every Day’ is a testament to the summer vibe of festivals, the warmth of the LA sun and ta ouch of homesickness.”

‘Every Daywas the first song written in the afterglow of the success of their previous album ‘Dark Night Sweet Light’, that landed at #1 on the Australian chart. ‘Every Day’ celebrates a new direction, characterised by Hoodlem’s breezy, measured verses, and the pulsating rush of the hook. It’s Hermitude at their most pop.

The Hermitude story is one marked by stark creative evolution, diversifying music styles and a hunger for constant elevation. Since the early 2000’s, El Gusto and Luke Dubs have been exploring the wide sonic territory both individual and group influences have formed. Their chemistry in the studio is undeniable and backed by a friendship that has seen the duo experience some incredible moments on stage and behind the scenes, Hermitude have remained one of Australia’s most endearing and popular acts.

Signing with Nettwerk Records in 2015, Hermitude were introduced to international crowds, they toured the US and began reaping in successes at lucrative festivals including SXSW, Governor’s Ball and Lollapalooza. Their reputation for producing an electrifying live show and stand out collaborations was eagerly adopted by international markets.

Now, three years on, The dynamic pair have emerged from the lab with something new. Something revitalised and fierce. The trust their fans have put in them to deliver new music that keeps that same energy has well been worth the wait.

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