Calvin Harris abandons radio with new single ‘Slow Acid’
Calvin Harris’s long-awaited follow-up to 18 Months is just around the corner. Set for a November 4th release, Motion is backed by singles like “Under Control” and “Summer,” but it’s presumed that another handful of hits will manifest from the album in full. The latest to surface is “Slow Acid,” a surprising departure from Calvin’s norm when putting out a pop-savvy, top-40 packed selection. Far from his radio persona and what’s expected to come from collaborations with the likes of Big Sean and Gwen Stefani, “Slow Acid” is grunge warped acid house with a tunnel vision aesthetic — a single that obliterates any preconceived notions of the upcoming project and proves its fate to still be in the air.