Enschway teams up with sumthin sumthin for ‘I’ll Wait’
Enschway and sumthin sumthin have joined forces to create the future bass track, ‘I’ll Wait’. Rich production with the vocals of Ezra James make it a winning combo.
The production is the main draw and it does not fall short, the slow build up to the future bass fluctuating synths in the hook make this track positively addicting. This song is perfect for repeat listens, it’s fairly short but it’s all kinds of catchy and the production pairs well with the vocals to make it the perfect music to get lost in.
The vocals laid out on this track by Ezra James stand out as they add a human element to the many electronic sounding synths that the track is built off. The vocal performance fits in well in the verses and is incorporated so well into the hooks that it makes the song just a bit more catchy.
Enschway explains about the process of getting the song made: “I’ll Wait” has been a project that Conrad (sumthin sumthin) and I have been working on for over 8 months now. We thought we had finished the track, but after Ezra James laid down his vocal, it totally threw it off and made us recreate the whole song working around those amazing vocals. We had the rare chance to finish off the track in person while I was in LA, which just added another dimension of emotion because Conrad and I were able to connect on the song on a personal level.”
We hope that Enschway and sumthin sumthin collaborate more on tracks because what they create is so catchy and re-playable it would be a blessing for us to get more out of them.
Words by Aiden Benavides