KIDSØ and ROBINS Join Forces on ‘Better Days’

The Munich production duo’s first release of the year has landed on the legendary Embassy One imprint.

Known for their unique blend of rhythmic, melodic and experimental electronic music, KIDSØ have been making waves in the music scene since their formation in 2017. Continuing their incredible run of thought-provoking, introspective output and creative self-expression, the Munich production duo and live act KIDSØ now return to the long-standing Berlin-based imprint for their first release of 2024, with ‘Better Days.’

Out now, alongside an eye-catching new music video, the emotive new single tantalizes with an extraordinary hybrid of vocal, organic and electronica influences, as KIDSØ partners Martin Schneider and Moritz Graßinger team up with French singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist ROBINS (Angie Robba) for a truly stunning debut collaboration.

KIDSØ & ROBINS – ‘Better Days’

Speaking about the release, Martin from KIDSØ commented: “Moritz and I were sitting in the car on our way home to Munich when we first listened to Angie. We reached out to her the same day and a few weeks later a first draft of Better Days was in the making. We love the outcome of the collaboration so much and are very much looking forward to the release.”

Expanding on the meaning behind the record, ROBINS continued, “I would say this song is about experiencing life’s turbulences but having the chance to have someone to be lost with; sharing the darkness and guiding each other to the light, to better days.”

Continuing their incredible run, this latest single sees the prolific pair further demonstrate their unique ability to connect absorbing electronic music with nuanced and versatile songwriting influences as they combine ROBINS’ ethereal topline with intriguing atmospheric soundscapes, deft analog hardware usage and infectious rhythmic candor to create a hypnotizing sound palette that captivates from the outset.

KIDSØ & ROBINS – Better Days is out now via Embassy One.

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