London based neo-pop futurist Rina Sawayama has shared new cut 'Tunnel Vision'.
The newcomer will release mini-album 'RINA' on Friday (October 27th), a collection of stunning future-facing pop anthems-in-waiting.
New cut 'Tunnel Vision' finds Rina Sawayama sparring against Shamir, the two voices intertwined in a similar manner to those epic 90s R&B duets.
Rina explains: "We wanted to pay homage to 90/00's duets like Lauryn Hill and D'Angelo, Beyoncé and Luther Vandross… I tried to get across a sense of closeness that's so often lost when you collaborate on music online."
Shamir adds: "I'm so happy to have been asked to be apart of Rina's 'Tunnel Vision'! The themes in the lyrical content deal with a generational problem that's rarely talked about. I know I personally have fallen victim to using technology to mask anxiety, it seems to be a new social nuisance I hope we'll soon get a handle on, but to start we have 'Tunnel Vision'."
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