Julian Cross drops emotional new single ‘Molecule’

Julian Cross drops emotional new single 'Molecule' | The Noise Gate
Julian Cross – ‘Molecule’
[New Breed Records]

The track will feature on Julian’s forthcoming album, Nebula, out in December

Dutch DJ and producer Julian Cross has unveiled new single ‘Molecule’, out now.

Buy/Stream ‘Molecule’ Here


 An emotive electronic cut, ‘Molecule’ pairs delicate vocals with progressive elements, delivering a laidback yet rousing house vibe. The track will feature on Julian’s forthcoming debut album Nebula. Inspired by future cosmic elements from the entire electronic music spectrum, it’s set for release on December 17th. Julian is also launching New Breed Records, a new label that will be the home for his own modern and infectious sounds while also providing a platform for up and coming artists and producers to show their talents.
 
A breath of fresh air on the house scene, Julian Cross has an innate love of music, while the electronic influence came naturally for him, experimenting with the subtle and traditional sounds he had been raised on and cultivating his own musical vibes. He has already performed at the likes of Laundry Day (Antwerp – Belgium), SummerFestival (Antwerp – Belgium), ParookaVille (Weeze – Germany), Matrixx at the Park (Nijmegen – The Netherlands), Timeless Festival (Rochefort – Belgium), Tomorrowland and many more.
 
An exciting single steeped in emotion, ‘Molecule’ is the first of 5 singles to come out ahead of the album release of Nebula on December 17th, 2020.

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