Track Review: Injin’s ‘Tennessee’

The mysterious Injin’s ‘Tennessee’ is a track of intrigue with a truly unique sound. Deep resonating synths combine with a swirling woodwind section to create a never-heard-before amalgamation of both natural and fabricated sounds.

The track will be sure to strike a chord with lovers of 80s music, with echoing vocals reminiscent of Jim Kerr (Simple Minds) and Holly Johnson (Frankie goes to Hollywood). On a more contemporary note, the distinctive synth-based heart of the track evokes hints of Baltimore indie-electro rockers, Future Islands.

If the track proves to stir your intrigue and wonder for Injin even more, get on over to his website where you can read up on his fascinating story as a musician.

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