Hermitude Teams Up With Buddy & BJ The Chicago Kid On Vibey New Single…

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Today on Sensei's Music Blog, we get to help showcase one of the latest music videos from producer duo Hermitude entitled 'OneFourThree' feturing Buddy & BJ The Chicago Kid - which is just a fucking groovy masterpiece that has some slick verses from Buddy, while BJ croons the enticing hook over it's funky production. For the video, Hermitude reunites with director Nathan Presley, who directed the official music video for their previously released single 'Every Day' and is by far one of the most entertaining visuals we've seen to date.

With this video, Hermitude shared the full details of their upcoming album Pollyanarchy (out September 27 via Nettwerk Records/Elefant Traks). The album’s name is a reflection on finding clarity in the chaos. Pollyanarchy is a record of the time spent to meticulously sculpt, experiment and create a piece of work that skillfully blends a diverse assemblage of features like Vic Mensa, Bibi Bourelly, Haiku Hands, Hoodlem, Wes Period, Soaky Sirens, Vory, and Electric Fields, in addition to the aforementioned BJ The Chicago Kid and Buddy. In and amongst the eleven tracks, Hermitude has yet again produced a future-facing album of coherence and variety that showcases a wide range of influences, from late-night R&B to deep pitched basslines and trap-inflected hooks. The list of collaborations notes the distance in which their music has taken them, bending genres and bridging the gap between electronic music and hip-hop.

Lastly, if you're diggin' what Hermitude is up to - make sure you throw them a follow on their social media links and stay up to date with their work as it drops. We are getting this new album super soon and we are stoked to listen to it, so don't be a fool and miss out on the audio goodies on the way. You'll find everything you need and the music video stream to 'OneFourThree' down below! Enjoy!




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