Ashe – Used To It

Ashe has spent most of 2016 “lending” her voice to artists for the likes of Louis The Child, Shaun Frank, Ben Phipps and touring with The Chainsmokers; eventually she also signed to Mom + Pop, becoming labelmates with Flume, Neon Indian, Courtney Barnett, Hinds and more. So pretty much everyone was waiting for her dropping a solo work, which happened a few days ago and didn’t disappoint at all. We all knew already that vocals would have been amazing, but we can say now that production (courtesy of Frequency) is also lit, a kaleidoscopic mix of sparkling electronic-pop melodies, throbbing beats and twisted synth stabs.

Speaking on the track, Ashe said that it “came from a well known place in my life. it’s that feeling, you know, when things get stale between two people – when it stops making sense and all you want is to go back to when you first met. I was with my first love for 5 years… we were kids who grew out of each other – we stopped being kids, stopped being reckless, and even though we stopped falling in love, we were way too scared to let go. I still think about what it could be like if we would meet again as strangers – if “we could make it feel right again like before we were used to it.

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