TRIBE 20:4 has a unique and diverse make up of members. A former Buddhist monk, onetime management consultant, ex-convict, Japanese language translator, and a PhD candidate in music technology come together to form the collective – creating a sound to match their intriguing backgrounds and shared love of Eastern influences. Their recent single No Longer True blends catchy future-pop style writing with spliced vocal sampling and playful percussion work.
Commenting on the inspiration for the track, production duo Impakt and Zuma have said, “Being completely infatuated with another person – friend or lover – can be thrilling, but when that kind of relationship ends, people struggle to let the other person go. This track is about finally being able to let go of a friend (or a lover) in a healthy way to get closure in that chapter in your life.”
Listen to No Longer True (feat. Impakt x Zuma) below
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