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Welsh producer blankface releases new single “Bonzai Trees” ahead of new album Somewhere I Doubt You Will Find” in September

In a release I’m eagerly anticipating, Welsh producer blankface comes through with a great new release titled “Bonzai Trees.” Inspired by the likes of Flying Lotus and J Dilla, the talented musician comes through with a hypnotic, colourful track which features hypnotic grooves through swirling synths, vocal samples and a groovy beat.

His new album Somewhere I Doubt You Will Find is set to be released on the 13th September and will feature some incredible groove and rhythms, I am certain of it. Listen to the upbeat, gorgeous new single “Bonzai Trees” below via Soundcloud, and I will be sure to review his new album and promote the heck out if it because I believe this new release will be a groundbreaking one.

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