PRXZM create their ode to summer with their newly released single, ‘Slow Motion’. The single, released independently on the 28th of August, was premiered via CLASH Magazine and has already received glowing reviews. The two have also released an 80’s styled synthwave lyric video to accompany the song, treating fans with their creative style.
“There is no question that this summer is one for the outdoors. “Slow Motion” is an ode to the Northern California beaches where it was written. The production is heavily influenced by the warm tones of cassette tapes and the iconic, synthesized drums from the 80s.” – PRXZM tell us about the influences driving the single.
Earlier this year, the duo also shared their reimagined version of Twenty One Pilots’ ‘Chlorine’ as well as a cover of Porter Robinson’s ‘Something Comforting’. As great as those singles and their covers are, we’re pretty happy to see PRXZM sharing some original content once more.