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Gaining inspiration from animation by Alice Carroll, Melbourne’s Jamatar has released a new single, and its production is based entirely around using a Gameboy and the vocals of close friend Natalie Foster.

Some people may remember Natalie Foster as the front woman for one of our favourite bands here at Eat This Music, Melbourne’s indie pop group Tully On Tully. However, Natalie is most recently known as the featured artist on Elk Road’s ‘Hanging By A Thread’.

Having previously released atmospheric, spacey tracks like Gravity, Interstellar, Space Sounds and Lepus Rising – Jamatar returns with another strong track to add to his already impeccable production porfolio of sounds, beats, out of this world experiences and justification as to why he is one of the best electronic music producers in the country right now.

To celebrate the release of the new single, Jamatar is heading out on the road for two shows in New South Wales and Victoria from Friday, 9 June and Friday, 16 June at World Bar and Yah Yahs in their respective cities.

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