With a steady string of releases, Rain Man is quickly establishing himself as a musical force to be reckoned with in his post-Krewella career. After departing the group that thrust him into the spotlight, Kris Trindl has been working hard as a solo act, defying expectations earlier in the year with his single “Bring Back The Summer.” Now he’s back with another new offering, teaming up with vocalist Krysta Youngs on a melodic dance pop tune titled “Habit” that sees him exploring similar sonic terrain.
Like “Bring Back The Summer,” the new single features catchy female pop hooks from Youngs over somber chord progressions and snappy drums. Following transcendent build-ups, Rain Man delivers the goods with sampled vocal chops over driving beats and massive synth chords, offering up a unique take on future bass with his characteristically powerful production values.
On “Habit,” Rain Man keeps things interesting with a blend of vibrant melodies and energizing bass music, drawing on the elements that made his productions work with Krewella while carving out a unique identity as a solo artist.