Frythm releases song ‘Colors’ ahead of album release, Flow

Multi-talented instrumentalist Frythm has released his latest gem titled ‘Colors’ off of his upcoming album release titled Flow(15 May 2020) via  SXN (a.k.a soulfulxnature). Frythm has performed as direct support for Svdden Death, Slushii, Deorro, Daedelus, Great Dane, Sonnymoon, Huxley Anne, Astronautica and Eureka The Butcher. Other exciting performances the producer has done so far include performing at the Neon Desert Music Festival 2017 along with world-acclaimed acts in Migos, Foster The People, Khalid, Mija, and J Balvin. In 2018,  Frythm dominated the stage with his headling tour, promoting his new LP Aurora.

He has been supported by publications including COMPLEX, Magnetic Mag, The 405, Nakid mag, Noiseporn, and BBC Radio 6’s Tom Ravenscroft. On Youtube he was featured on channels including PandaFunkTV, Cafune, and inversic. Before producing his own music, Matthew Pena (Frythm) was living in El Paso, Texas. He grew up with an interest in rhythm and beats, as his dancer mother would introduce him to all kinds of genres, and styles.  From a young age, Pena was attending classical piano lessons. His life would change at 17 when he was given a second-hand desktop and download the music production software called FL Studio. Frythm’s latest song provides elements of hip-hop, ambient music, lo-fi, chillout soul and R&B in one whole song.

Frythm shares what inspired song ‘Colors’  “About a year ago I had a somewhat out of body experience, I was laying down on a rooftop with my partner watching a beautiful West Texas sunset. When I turned to look over at her I could see her auras, indescribable shades of orange and yellow glowed while she seemed to blend into the sunset. As day turned to night the shades of the outside world faded, but her colors did not.”

 

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