Tutara Peak, Aether and Zes come together for UN Refugee Agency fundraiser single, ‘Daydream’
A trio of artists are doing their bit to help in these times of global uncertainty and are releasing a song that will have you feeling good both inside and out. Tutara Peak, Aether and Zes have all joined forces for a kaleidoscopic new single, ‘Daydream’, as a form of “sonic unification” and are releasing it with all proceeds being donated to the UN Refugee Agency.
In an accompanying press statement, they explained that “each contribution will support refugees, displaced people and their host communities with access to essential healthcare services and supplies before, during and after the COVID-19 pandemic.”
Eccentric in its peculiar beat, ‘Daydream’ is a gentle but commanding breath of fresh air. With live instrumentation courtesy of Tutara Peak, Aether on the heavenly atmospherics and songwriting and vocals from Zes to take the song to new heights, the song is a beautiful culmination of artists coming together. Add harmonies from Lapalux-collaborator, Lilia and carefully curated synths performed by Grand Pavilion and you’ve got yourself an absolutle winner.
Released via the newly minted Analogue Dawn label, ‘Daydream’ “seeks to support those less fortunate in a time when global unification is more important than ever,” and is a beautiful example of so many different people coming together to create something bigger than themselves. Take a listen below!
Words by Emma Jones