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Dru Chen’s New Single ‘Replay’

Our adjunct lecturer Dru Chen has released his latest single, ‘Replay’, written with the help of fellow Singaporean artist Gentle Bones. Dru is an Australian neo-soul singer-songwriter based in Singapore. He shared with NME recently that “Music is no longer confined to genres or even decades. This is a love song for the ages, and it brings me back to my childhood just as it keeps me looking current and peering into the future.” His new single ‘Replay’ features a thick bassline set against keyboards, intricate electronic guitar chords, and vibrant synths.

In 2020, Dru has also released Future Me + U and Givin’ It Up—both of which garnered coverage all over Southeast Asia on media outlets such as Swee Lee, Bandwagon Asia and NME Asia to name a few. These newer tracks are a refreshing and eclectic mesh of electropop, soul, nu-disco and funk.

Listen to his latest single ‘Replay’ here.

Credits: www.nme.com | www.esplanade.com

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