ATTLAS opened 2020 on a high note with the release of his long-awaited, debut LP, Lavender God. Powered by lead singles, “Hotel” and “Sinner Complicated,” Lavender God‘s strength lies in its lush and fully-developed soundscapes, which are testaments to ATTLAS’ musical prowess and patience. Now, the Canadian producer returns with his first single following his debut.
“The Night Air Was Cool” picks up right where Lavender God left off. The single’s uplifting synth progression is backed by a fluid and effervescent foundation, resulting in a melodic house track. It’s equally as easy to lose oneself in “The Night Air Was Cool” as in ATTLAS’ preceding body of work—some things never change. Paired with visuals from serial collaborator, Cyclo, aka Thomas Moore, “The Night Air Was Cool” is further proof of the heights that ATTLAS is capable of reaching.