Melodic bass producer Trivecta has shared a brand new melody-driven single, “Ghost of a Friend” ft. Koo.
The Tampa, Florida native has continued to make waves with this melodic trance, dubstep, bass and drumstep sound since his debut release with Monstercat in 2014. His honest sound has attracted a global fan base and has led him to recent tours with Illenium, Seven Lions, Tritonal, Kill The Noise and more.
Now, Trivecta graces fans with his brand new single inspired by the advice of his good friend Varien. The track offers nostalgic feelings and echoing vocals that tug at the heartstrings. A patient melody and glistening keys create an exquisite sound that only Trivecta could cultivate. Once again, Trivecta proves that he is on his way to becoming one of the best in the business.
Stream “Ghost of a Friend” (feat. Koo) below.
“This is a super chill track that I’ve actually been sitting on for a few years now. I’m a big fan of music that’s super nostalgic and based around a slow-burning journey. That’s what this tune is all about. Shoutout to Koo for laying down such a cool sounding vocal and allowing me to mangle the hell out of it. I think it’s pretty neat that everybody seems to hear different lyrics in this. Also major shoutout to my good friend Nick (Varien) who pushed me to release this song. He’s usually got a link to a lot my unreleased songs and he hears a lot of material that never sees the light of day. This was one in particular that he’s always been super adamant about getting released.” – Trivecta
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