Track: Arty Ziff spins another floating electronic dreamy cloud in ‘acetone ft Cry Club’

Arty Ziff, the nome de plume of Naarm/Melbourne producer Mitch Kelly, has released the summer spinner ‘acetone’ with the assistance of band Cry Club. It’s an aquatic delight that positively beams rays of sunshine as it bubbles along with the sweet, melancholic vocals of Cry Club’s Heather Riley. According to Art Ziff:

‘acetone’ is about trying to be someone but things just aren’t lining up. It’s about hoping to have one night together even though I won’t be perfect.

The result is a disco-inspired dream pop with a wistful romanticism in the lyrics:

Two satellites, collide lost in flight
You could be gone in a second and I’m on my own.
Taking shine off the lights just like acetone.
Mine all mine, just for one more night

Mixed by Thomas Purcell (Wave Racer) and mastered by Wayne Sutherland (Dom Dolla, Motez), ‘acetone’ adds the guitars of Jono Tooke and vocals of Heather Riley from Cry Club. It would fit perfectly next to Kylie Minogue’s later releases.

‘acetone ft Cry Club’ is out now and available through all the usual download and streaming sites.

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