Weval release new material

2019-02-06 by Trifolium | 4 Comments
Dutch techno/trip-hop duo Weval are set to release their second album The Weight on March 1st via Kompakt.

Two singles have been released so far, which clearly show the band going in a different direction. Leaving their heavier club sounds behind, they now opt for more of a full band sound, but still featuring their love for old synths and trip-hop like beats.


"Are You Even Real"




"Heaven, Listen"


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Trifolium
February 6th 2019
10247 Comments


Yeah! I've been so stoked to hear new material from them. Can't wait.

Papa Universe
February 6th 2019
22432 Comments


look at that, trip-hop that I am actually excited about

Trifolium
February 6th 2019
10247 Comments


Oh man these warm synth washes with those vocals and nice shuffling beat are exactly what I was missing. Why is no-one doing it like them? So glossy and saturated.

Trifolium
February 9th 2019
10247 Comments


Are you real, are you even real?



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