Brisbane musician Güs AKA Angus Hayes has dropped a phenomenal new track, ‘Way You Make Me Feel (feat Silier)’, which sounds like a blend of Ziggy Alberts and Petit Biscuit.
The wholesome tune explores the ups and downs of a long-distance relationship, as the artist’s partner is Norwegian.
Güs explains: "This is a song I wrote for my partner Sunny… The distance has made our relationship particularly complicated at times".
The artist’s third track pays heavy homage to influences Nick Murphy/Chet Faker, RUFUS DU SOL, and Vancouver Sleep Clinic.
The artist was having trouble putting the pieces of the song together… until he met Norwegian house and lo-fi producer, Simen Eriksen AKA Silier.
“I sent Silier the track on a Sunday and he had a new mix back to me in a couple of days… [he] came over for an evening recording session, and the result is pretty close to what you hear today,” says Güs.
While his previous release ‘Sun’s Bright’ picked up close to 1000 monthly Spotify listeners over a few days, the new tune ‘Way You Make Me Feel (feat Silier)’ has completely shattered expectations by racking up more than 23,000 listens in a week of its release. Güs has garnered a solid following over the course of 2019 and plans to unleash his upcoming EP Therapy later this year.
The beachy electro producer has proved he means business, so without further ado, all aboard the Güs bus!