syence drop second single ahead of their bass pop EP ‘hate me like u love me’ feat. Jake Neumar

US electronic duo syence have unveiled the second single ahead of their bass pop EP ‘hate me like u love me’ feat. Jake Neumar, available on all streaming platforms on Friday, September 17th 2021.

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Following their latest single ‘talking way too much’, the latest offering features a rhythmic lead, soothing vocals from featured vocalist Jake Neumar with peaks and valleys laid intricately over dynamic percussion.  Bright and bold, the track is poignant and the epitome of the signature “bass pop” sound. 

First meeting in a college science class, Zach Montoya and Brayden James were brought together by a shared love of live music and production. Soon they decided to form syence, experimenting together and pioneering a sound they describe as “bass pop”. In the years since they have hit the Spotify ‘Global Viral’ charts, performed at Snowglobe Music Festival, and amassed over 45 million combined streams across various platforms. 

The second single ahead of their forthcoming EP, ‘hate me like u love me’ finds syence rising to the cusp of a thriving career.

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