JOE HERTZ RETURNS WITH “RAIN IN CUBA” FT. BARNEY ARTIST, SAM WILLS & BLUE LAB BEATS

In the wake of his sold-out Asia tour and first offering of 2019 “Møøn”, Joe Hertz returns with a blissful new single, titled “Rain In Cuba.” Featuring Barney Artist, Sam Wills  and Blue Lab Beats, the title of the single bears no implication on it’s sound; a pure, summer-tinged moment. Having established himself as one of London’s best young producers, Joe Hertz has been back in the studio with an outstanding array of talent and perfecting his ever-addictive trademark sound. A critically acclaimed tastemaker, the collaborations between Joe and his carefully selected vocalists is always seamless, and this new single is no different. Listen here

Speaking on working with Joe on the new single, Barney states:

“I’m really excited to get this tune out.. me and the boys were chatting about that awkward moment when you go on holibobs and argue with your Mrs.. and then made a tune about  it.. hopefully this doesn’t happen to any couples this summertime! If it does.. you’ve got an anthem for the awkward silence”

Sam Wills continues:

“Barney and I have talked about getting in the studio for a while, and when Joe played us this instrumental he’d started with Blue Lab Beats, we were both feeling it straight away and began recording voice notes/writing down lyric ideas. They’d called the beat Rain In Cuba and we thought it was a strong starting point. I think it happens to a lot of us, where you go on a romantic holiday to get some space from the rest of the world, and end up falling out and arguing the whole time. I think you can hear all our individual influences on the track, but they blend together smoothly too.”

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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