As anticipation continues to mount in the run up to the release of her debut album Goddess, today comes a new remix from Los Angeles siren BANKS' of her latest obsession-inviting single 'Drowning', which receives a propulsive, gradually intensifying nigh 8-minute treatment from UK producer and Hypercolour affiliate Tom Demac.
Premiered by Zane Lowe as his Hottest Record, 'Drowning' was instantly hailed as one of BANKS most compelling and progressive-minded tracks, and was quick to garner well over half a million plays on Soundcloud and storm to the top of the Hype Machine charts.
The announcement of the debut album follows a fever pitch build that has seen BANKS emerge as a star in the making as part of a new generation of forward thinking artists. From the acclaimed London EP to two consecutive sold out headline shows at London's Koko to a triumphant performance in front of a thousands strong, packed-to-the-rafters tent at Coachella - a performance that was highlighted by everyone from Time Magazine to The Guardian - it is clear that every transmission from BANKS is waited upon with bated breath.
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