Known primarily for their heavier tracks, Hearteater showcases Whales and Qoiet's ability to create a more raw and emotional tune.
The crooning vocals draw the listener in from the start, revealing how well Qoiet's talent works with melodic dubstep. With two distinct drops, with the second hearkening back to Whales' and Qoiet's heavier influences, the track grabs your attention and doesn't let you go as it tells a tale of getting your heart taken advantage of.
Whales and Qoiet make a great duo, and you can hear the distinct styles of each artist highlighted at various points of the track.
Wanting a change of pace, the artists revealed to us that “We wanted to be more vulnerable and we were able to keep it true to our roots while incorporating these cool pop-punk elements we’ve been playing with.”
Whales has been crushing it lately, being only 22 years old and producing since he was 15. With massive releases on labels such as Subsidia and Monstercat, he is taking the industry by storm and racking up millions of plays along the way.
Known as a singer-songwriter as well as a producer, Qoiet has racked up impressive collabs with artists such as Kayzo and INHUMAN (formerly Code Pandorum.) Hearteater reveals a softer side of the artist which we've rarely seen before and is a welcome breath of fresh air.
Hearteater was new ground for both artists to break through, and as they continue to crank out new tracks, we cannot wait to see what else they come up with.
Hearteater is available now on all streaming platforms.
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