“Crashing” Marks Third Single Off Godlands’ Anticipated EP Out Next Month
Dynamic producer and DJ Godlands continues her hot streak of genre-bending tracks with “Crashing,” out today on Monstercat Uncaged. The record marks the third single from her EP that is arriving next month. “Crashing” carries on her upcoming EP’s narrative of her experience with Imposter Syndrome and other personal battles. Although she reworked the track multiple times, Godlands overcame feelings of self-doubt and delivered a powerful electronic record. The single puts Godlands’ versatile stylings forward in an innovative light as she injects her exploration of breaks with epic trap leads. Fans can hear Godlands’ fresh tunes from her upcoming EP live as she returns to Tomorrowland this year.
Stream – https://monster.cat/crashing
Godlands shares, “With my visuals, I wanted to show how I sometimes process the overwhelming feeling of perfection and the constant ‘devil on your shoulder’ that tends to speak up while creating music. This song had been rewritten so many times because I didn’t think it was perfect. I’m learning to ‘let it be’ and believe in myself and my skills.”
Having received support from triple J, BBC, and electronic heavyweights such as Alison Wonderland and SLANDER is a promising indication of Godlands’ upward trajectory in the electronic circuit. This year, she will also take over the decks at Tomorrowland for her second time, and will have more performances to announce. Fans can also stay tuned for more diverse offerings from Godlands’ EP that showcase her multi-genre dexterity in her productions.
A forerunner of the new wave of Australian electronic music, Godlands has been making noise across the globe with her enviable ability to create hip-hop-infused productions and heavy festival bangers. Tearing up the trap scene, this Adelaide-based producer quickly emerged as a favorite for the likes of Triple J and BBC Radio 1, as her music has proved that her production prowess can stand up to the Australian bass stalwarts who have come before her.
During a time of global turmoil, in the midst of a pandemic, Godlands never wavered in her love for creating music. Instead of wallowing in the inability to tour, she became a sponge for creativity and saw it as an opportunity to sharpen her craft and hone in on her unique style. Fast forward to 2022 and this drive ultimately paid off. Godlands inked an EP deal with Monstercat, a label that she has strived to become a part of since her journey began. With her first single releasing in March of this year and the full EP in June, Godlands is full steam ahead and there is no signs of slowing down any time soon.