Thanks to Four Tet's production, "Lights Low" borderlines on a stone-cold club killer as krautrock-looped synths sound off like drugged-out drones. It's a minimal beat, but Fortune's cadence scorches the track to a neon lit burner.
These tracks hopefully won't be the only two collaborations as Rome Fortune hinted at future releases in the song's description: "Track 2 of ? between myself and Four Tet." Hear "Lights Low," and "One Time For" below.
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