Oli Hannaford, England’s newest R&B/indie electro artist has released a new track. Titled “Lust” the track comes off a 2-track EP just recently shared by the up-and-coming singer/songwriter.
Smooth and milky, “Lust” immediately captures the listener’s attention with a magnetic guitar riff. With the addition of spacy ambiance, the track sets the mood to a relaxed, lust-driven setting. “Don’t complicate it, we’re intoxicated. We know how we like it, and we know what we want. Close to the side, in a small space on the floor. Leave your principles behind” as sung by Hannaford’s composed, carefree voice easily informs the listener of getting down and having the world’s tipsy tendencies push one to “the pleasure zone”.
Listen to “Lust” below:
In all, Hannaford has yet again conjured up a masterful track that warrants being performed live. Hopefully, in the near future, the musician will take his seemingly effortless ability to create magic in the form of music to the United States.