Beyond Modern ft. Alison Carney & Justin Rose - Fall Through

Posted 2 years ago
Producer:
Sur Jazz
Album:
Distorted Reality Pt.1

Back in June, buzzmaking crew Beyond Modern introduced itself to the Booth with Facedown, a lascivious single that won high praise from our readership. Freshly-minted follow-up Fall Through is slightly subtler in its freakiness, but getting it in is still foremost in the minds of crewmates Mick Marx and Sur Jazz. Backed by the latter’s chaotically catchy synth beat, the former waxes poetic about a habitual jump-off’s abilities in the sack. NYC spitter Justin Rose contributes a guest verse, and singer Alison Carney lends her airy vocals to the hook. Fans will be able to find Fall Through and much more on the duo’s Distorted Reality Pt.1 LP which, despite lacking a drop date, is slated to drop “very soon.”

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