After becoming a go to vocalist for Shaun Frank on tracks like his DVBBS collaboration “La La Land” and “Heaven” with KSHMR, Delaney Jane is back to contribute her distinctive brand of topline melodies for the latest Grandtheft original. Titled “Easy Go,” the new single sees the two musicians delivering a pop tinged future bass effort with an irresistibly catchy sound.
“Easy Go” kicks off with some light percussion and a scratchy bassline as Delaney Jane’s gentle crooning takes the lead. The drums drop away as the speakers are filled with a soaring chord progression, before rolling snares and rising synths push the tune forward into the drops. Grandtheft takes over with an impressive future bass workout, utilizing the singer’s acapella to craft a winding melody over splashy chord flourishes and trap rhythms.
It’s no secret that future bass has taken over the dance scene as the “it” sound of the moment, and Grandtheft offers up a solid production to back Delaney Jane’s singing. Between the memorable vocal hooks and its club friendly sound, “Easy Go” is a worthy collaboration fit for the dancefloors.
You can grab the new single here.