Talented musician/producer Four Tet (aka Kieran Hebden) has debuted a new single, “Two Thousand and Seventeen,” on Annie Mac’s BBC Radio 1 show—the first new tune we’ve heard since 2015’s Morning/Evening. The beautifully moody and rolling song is clearly reminiscent on his earlier work. It builds gently and contains an atmospheric—almost meditative—vibe that’s quietly infectious. Further, Hebden says he’s been working on a lot of other new music, so there’s more to look forward to.
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