Riding the smooth train today, and can't complain.
Asha Gold is back, after Lu's feature of "Passenger", with another great piece, showcasing her honey vocals on top of a playful piano, deep beats, and rich percussion. She explains how the track came to life:
I wrote "Naive" with Mitch Jones at the end of our very first session. The lyrics just fell out and within an hour we had the song — the verses were almost a freestyle when I was recording them. It’s about the ultimate confusion when someone is giving you mixed signals to the point where you begin to wonder whether they’re doing the same thing with somebody else… When a situation is not progressing, efforts are not reciprocated, and it’s all talk and no action, it feels like it’s more headspace than it’s worth. The beat began as an 808 pattern but we felt it was too conventional, so we replaced everything with these whacky percussion samples which have become integral to my sound and its uniqueness — it’s a song full of surprises.