Jack Trades and Kayrae have released their latest single, ‘Phantoms’ via Physical Presents. The producer has previously been featured in publications such as Your EDM, Dancing Astronaut and EDM Sauce as well as tastemaker Youtube channels such as The Vibe Guide, MrRevillz, SuicideSheep, Sensual Musique and Nightblue Music which has contributed towards his impressive play count of over 3.6 million across streaming platforms. The producer has remixed songs for the likes of Feenixpawl, Late Night Alumni, Shaun Frank and Adam K & Soha.
Hailing from Northern California and currently based in Los Angeles, Kayrae has accumulated millions of plays across streaming platforms, with a strong support base of over 250k monthly listeners. The songstress has shared a stage with major acts such as Kaskade, Tom & Collins, and Revelries and received support from the likes of Trap City, MrRevillz, xKito, SuicideSheeep, Sensual Musique, SiriusXM, EDM.com, One EDM and EDM Identity to name but a few.
Jack Trades is born and based in Calgary, Canada. As a dynamic and constantly evolving producer, his sound draws parallels to the likes of Kaskade, Martin Solveig and Gryffin.
‘Phantoms’ opens with a slow, breathy elegance as it sets the stage for an epic love song. Taking an unexpected turn to a bass heavy, thrumming dancefloor single and another turn back towards a romantic serenade, the two artists manage to meld the unique styles into a unique, pop laden track. Exploring the autumn of a relationship and infusing the sound with a gentle familiarity, the single marks itself as one to find in a club where the dancers desperately seek to lose themselves in the beat.
Jack Trades tells us about the creation of the single: “Kayrae and myself wanted to do a follow up on “Sideways” and knew, in terms of storytelling, that we wanted to talk about the next chapter of what really happened after being in a relationship that had no future. ‘Phantoms’ is a song about going through emotions of separation and that sooner or later we’ve all got to let go of our past. The result is something very different and unique, potentially shaping the future of the “Jack Trades” sound moving forward.”