FLØRALS AND CRAYMAK REMIX MATTHEW KOMA’S “KISSES BACK”
Matthew Koma today unveils two more “Kisses Back” remixes by FLØRALS and CRaymak, available now on RCA Records.
FLØRALS, an emerging producer based out of Los Angeles, put his signature twist on the single with his own brand of bass music which features glitchy basslines, static grooves, and melodic synth stabs. The dance music newcomer has provided remixes for chart-toppers including DJ Snake, Flosstradamus, Calvin Harris, Ookay and more.
CRaymak puts a more ominous spin on the track with his fierce sound design and a bass heavy culmination. CRaymak is a signed artist to Doctor P and Flux Pavilion’s Circus Records. The Canadian artist has roots in Dubstep, Hip Hop and Trap, and is known to make music of a wide variety. He recently collaborated with Greater Than on a stunning remix of Flux Pavilion’s “Who Wants To Rock.” The young artist’s steady support from heavy hitters like Flux Pavilion and Doctor P solidify him being a force to be reckoned with in bass music.
Matthew Koma recently premiered the music video for “Kisses Back.” “Kisses Back” is his emotionally charged new track about the aftermath of a tough breakup. The video was directed by Jungle George known for his recent work on Bishop Briggs’ equally compelling video for “River.”
“Kisses Back” is Koma’s first offering from his forthcoming debut album on RCA Records. The single has received fantastic critical response: Billboard calls “Kisses Back” “excellent new solo material,” Idolator raves “the singer/songwriter’s love affair with club music is still going strong and he continues to imbue the genre with real emotion,” and Your EDM continues “Kisses Back plays to Koma’s melodic and emotional strengths. His unique voice allows himself to set himself apart.”
Koma co-produced his forthcoming album for RCA with notable collaborators including Flux Pavilion, Louis The Child, Jai Wolf, Grey, Steve James, and more.