The Glitch Mob’s edIT releases “Find You”

The Glitch Mob’s edIT today releases “Find You,” the second single from his forthcoming solo album ‘Come To Grips’ out Feb 26. Listen to “Find You” here:

After a year of observing and revolting against racial injustice – not to mention the solitude of quarantine – edIT pushes dark universal feelings to the forefront in his new music. The song’s foreboding nature is a byproduct of its jarring vocal sampling. Seductively layered atop bustling bass, a sampled voice nestles itself into an equally jumpy and brittle dark energy. With moments of pure ecstasy woven throughout, “Find You” sounds like a mediation on the past year – revolting against isolation, uncertainty, political strife and economic devastation.

Last week, edIT revived his solo endeavor with the glitchy club single “That’s Me Baby,” the first single from ‘Come To Grips, which merges his love for hip-hop with icy drum ‘n’ bass.

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