Petit Biscuit – “Waterfall” ft. Panama | Review

French producer, Petit Biscuit, gives us the life we need on his rousing, yet chilled new single, “Waterfall,” featuring Panama.

The first release from Petit Biscuit’s forthcoming debut album, Presence – confirmed for release on November 10, his 18th birthday – was mastered by legendary engineer Chab (Daft Punk), placing huge anticipation on the (nearly) 18-year-old for his debut.

“Waterfall” plays off what brought the young and rising star fame in the first place, chilled piano-led intros that lead into synth-laden dance breakdowns that give you the life to dance, but are also perfect to sit on the beach with a cocktail watching life pass you by.

While the sound he brings isn’t hugely innovative, he does do it well, and he’s proving to be one of the most exciting producers right now – we can’t wait to hear what his debut album sounds like.

Panama really hold their own here, being a feature always puts you on the backfoot, but they bring their laidback electronic pop vibe to a track that’s not primarily theirs.

Check out “Waterfall” below and let us know what you think in the comments!

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