Clement Bazin drops new single ‘Catch Me’

French House producer Clement Bazin has just dropped his new single Catch Me, featuring Aaricia, which is taken from his  debut album Everything Matters set for release April 27th on Nowadays Records (Fakear, La Fine Equipe ).

Bazin crafts warm  electronic music and his new single Catch Me perfectly showcases his R&B rhythms, obsessive voice distortions and infectious  melodies all built around a steelpan. Stream it below!


In his own words,
Catch Me is a track about innocence and trust, feeling as a kid again. It’s about that thing we've lost growing up most of the time, the ability to trust fully and still keeping this innocence at the same time.  It’s the same spontaneity and freedom that the one you felt as a teenager in love. This is how love and daily stuff should be appreciated. I made this track in Montreal with the singer Aaricia, it was the end of the summer and we got overwhelmed by this desire to keep the heat and summer vibes forever. The goal of this track is to make people dance and feel madly free.
Bazin started playing the steelpan at only 12-years old. Whilst he enjoyed (like most of his school friends)  listening to 90’s hip hop, Bazin also began listening to Calypso and playing in  huge steelpan orchestras playing music from the West Indies like ompas, zouk and salsa. After leaving high school he studied at a French Music academy learning orchestral arrangement, jazz harmony and improvisation whilst continuing to play in  various bands and gigs, always with his trademark steelpan. 

Clement Bazin will be touring live internationally in 2018  and will be performing in the UK,  including The Great Escape. Dates to be announced shortly.
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