Listen: Fejká – Twilight (Featuring Hildur)

Fejká has teamed up with Hildur to bring us some truly blissful melodic house vibes with Twilight, the track also doubles as the title track from Fejká debut EP which is out this Friday (July 14) via Ki Records. You can listen to Twilight featuring Hildur below.

Mixing Hildur’s haunting vocals with deep swirling atmospheres and a rolling piano arpeggio this tune will have you nodding your head from the start and it won’t be long till your on your feet. This is one of the best bits of melodic house I’ve heard this year and would be a good inclusion in any DJ set, I could see this being a favourite with Chicane on his Sun:Sets radio show/podcast. Fejká could very well be the next big star in the electronic music world.

The new EP also sees Fejká team up with German indie-pop and folk artist Marie Angerer and have already garnered support from the likes of The Huffington Post, Konbini, Thump, Amazing Radio and others. I for one am looking forward to hearing more for this EP

Says Fejká of the EP:

The atmosphere of ambient music was my pool of calmness and deep thoughts, something you can just chillout to and think about your life. On the other hand, when I had my first contact with techno music, I felt the unique vibe of it, the feeling how music can make your body move and forget about everything, the feeling of the crowd melting together in a big rain of ecstasis. I never wanted to make music which only appeals to a certain spectrum of mood or people, I’m always trying to achieve that one absolute sound, which is relatable to every situation in ones life, music you can dance and dream to at the same time.

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