I’ve been waiting for this release since I first heard one of his singles “Fever” (which, btw, I reviewed here last year). And I must say, this 15-minute long EP is worth putting on loop all day. Lenno has this knack of using classic nu-wave/discotheque beats, bass lines, and synths you’d normally hear from classic 80s and 90s tracks. For someone who’s only in his early 20s, he’s making songs that our parents can tolerate listening to.
All tracks are standouts, it’s so hard to choose just one. The whole vibe of his album is everything I’m looking for in an electropop/synthpop song. You’d find yourself including his songs in your springtime/summertime beachparty playlists.
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If you’re a sucker for electropop and nu-disco, you definitely shouldn’t miss this single from Finnish producer Lenno. It is safe to say that Fever’s got all the elements to make this a surefire hit – smooth and infectious vocals from British singer Benson, groovy basslines that may remind you of Touch Sensitive’s style, and the synths, hooks, and fades properly placed throughout the song to make it one of the catchiest releases this month.
Have a listen to this feel-good masterpiece – I wouldn’t be surprised if you catch yourself putting this song on loop the whole day.