Spencer Brown and Qrion’s ‘Rainy April’ finally sees the light of day
The official release of Spencer Brown and Qrion‘s “Rainy April” has been three years in the making, with the entrancing single finally gaining a full release via Anjunadeep. The artists connected in Brown’s studio after meeting at a party in April of 2018, and the session kickstarted years of producing together. “Rainy April” is the first track the duo worked together on, even preceding their 2019 collaborative EP, Sapporo.
Brown discusses his ongoing collaborative work with Qrion in an official release, sharing,
“After meeting Qrion at a party, we realized we were a fan of each others’ music and that we lived nearby in San Francisco. In April of 2018, Momiji came to my house and we wrote ‘Rainy April’ in one sitting. The studio session sparked chemistry between us and was the first of many collaborations. We work very naturally and efficiently together and play off each others’ strengths. We kept the track as a secret weapon in our sets for three years, but in 2021 the track felt oddly fresh. We are very excited for the world to hear it.”
“Rainy Day” was first heard three years ago in Spencer Brown’s set at Above & Beyond‘s Group Therapy 300 event in Hong Kong, and then played a year later at Qrion’s performance for Group Therapy 350 in Prague. The buzzing new single will now finally see the light of day, taking it back to the genesis of a fruitful creative partnership that has ben years in the making.
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