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A silky melody with touches of soul and future pop is what you get with London/Portsmouth alt-pop duo Biphony, who are releasing their newest song Palo Santo through Square Lemon Records. Through Samuel Pack's catchy vocals and DJ Brandon Lake's infectious synth bass lines, they are here to create alchemy, to fuse and melt together different subgenres, and yet creating a new and enticing euphonic sound.

After their debut single Look at Me Now, which peaked at number twenty-three in the iTunes Main Chart and number nine at the iTunes Dance Chart, they are meant to shake up the United Kingdom dance scene. Specifically with Palo Santo, which they describe as “the legendary South American ‘holy wood’ traditionally burned for energy cleansing properties and our song was written with this in mind.

In fact, they talk about this curative essence that comes from the palo santo itself, and the inspiration behind the song. In their own words: “Brandon (producer) called me and showed me a melody he'd been playing with all afternoon. I’d been having nightmares around the time about my past and couldn't figure out why. When I heard Brandon play the melody I instantly sang the hook, out of nowhere. I guess Palo Santo was written about the need for healing energy to get rid of old demons.”

Mercedes Rosés

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