U.K. Indie-Pop Artist Cavetown Shares Melancholic New Song “Let Me Feel Low” (feat. Miloe)

U.K. indie pop artist Cavetown has teamed up with bedroom pop artist Miloe on new song “Let Me Feel Low,” out today on Sire Records alongside an official video shot throughout Brooklyn by Claire Marie Vogel. “Let Me Feel Low” (feat. Miloe) is the latest collaboration from Cavetown – real name Robin Skinner – who has spent the last several months collaborating with his creative peers, including Tessa Violet on “Smoke Signals,” Sody on “is your bedroom ceiling bored?”, Brye on “LEMONS,” and DIY labelmate MyKey on his version of “Was It Something I Said.”

Listen/share “Let Me Feel Low” (feat. Miloe) HERE 

About the track, Cavetown explains, “‘Let Me Feel Low’ is about rejecting toxic positivity and consciously giving yourself space to feel sad or upset; to leave behind the pressure of an outside influence encouraging you to ‘cheer up.’ I was so stoked to get to work with Miloe on this track. I love the vibe of his music, and his voice was a perfect fit for the mood I was going for.”

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