Track: LA Priest releases new video for the stripped back synth funk of new single, Green

Photo credit: Joseph Bird Jr

Taken from his new EP La Fusion, LA Priest has released a new single Apple, mixed by French Touch legend Alan Braxe. It delivers a persuasive slice of stripped-back synth funk that captivates from start to finish, featuring a prodding, sinewy bassline that serves as the backbone, pulling listeners along a rhythmic journey. This infectious groove is complemented by a sweet vocal line that serenely and simply decorates the captivating instrumental backdrop, as it bubbles with this reserved joy.

The video for “Apple” enhances the song’s allure with its minimalist yet engaging visuals. It opens with a simple shot of L.A. Priest (aka Sam Eastgate) performing in the dark of the woods putting the spotlight squarely on the music. Simple, maybe. Effective, yes.

Eastgate’s artistry shines through in both the song and its accompanying video. He effortlessly blends elements of funk, synth-pop, and R&B, creating a sound that feels both timeless and contemporary. Check it out, here

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