On 11/11, needs apparently do come true.
After two years of rinsing out a legendary ID, Chris Lake has lastly launched the extremely anticipated monitor, “In The Yuma,” by the use of his personal Black Guide Data imprint.
A collaboration with Aatig, “In The Yuma” is an uplifting tech home file impressed by Lake’s 2019 Coachella efficiency in—you guessed it—the Yuma Tent. The invigorating monitor begins with a tender croon, “I really feel so good / Do not convey me down,” earlier than Lake introduces a kinetic bassline with punchy piano chords and a thumping kick drum.
You possibly can take heed to “In The Yuma” under.
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The chart-topping home music tastemaker known as his new monitor “one of the best factor [he] did within the pandemic” again in 2020, when he hosted a reside manufacturing session on Twitch for Amazon Music.
“The pandemic was a shitty time however nice issues got here from it,” Lake recalled. “It was nice to be doing music while being reside on Twitch in 2020 and among the best recollections I’ve from that point is making this monitor. Once I lastly received round to testing it out reside… I could not consider how nicely it labored. I have been taking part in it ever since.”
As 2022 winds to a detailed, Lake is retaining spirits excessive with a number of occasions nonetheless to return. He is set to spin on the Black Guide Block Occasion in San Francisco together with Dennis Ferrer, AMÉMÉ, Lauren Lane and Hank Ok. Then he is off to EDC Orlando, Holy Ship! Wrecked and Decadence Colorado, amongst others.
You will discover “In The Yuma” on streaming platforms here.