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Kiwi electronic artist shares debut single 'Wait' feat. Kings

11 August 2017 - 0 Comments

Today kiwi electronic artist Tessa (aka. Tessa McDell) has shared her debut single Wait - a rumbling, bass-heavy track featuring Kiwi artist & producer Kings. It is the first taste of the young artist's debut record due for release later this year.

Produced and co-written with Kingdon Chapple-Wilson, Wait is a strong slow burner carried by the rumbling bass of the sub and Tessa's sweet and soulful vocals. Just wait for the drop.

Over the past few months, Tessa has appeared on our radars as one half of kiwi synthpop duo, Dunes (who have recently shared their debut single Horses). Her solo material represents the grittier, darker electronic elements she brings to the duo's striking sound.

Listen to Wait (feat. Kings) here:


LISTEN TO TESSA - WAIT (FEAT. KINGS)

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