In wake of the recent terrorist attacks in Paris (which I can nor fathom or explain), producer and bass extraordinaire Thundercat releases a tribute instrumental to those who need the deepest love and sympathies after what they’ve gone through this weekend and in weeks, months and years to come.
In order to cope, some people write, some people yell at their TV screens saying the world should be at war, some go on those TV screens and say we should be at war. But where the true beauty that comes out is in artistry people use to cope. Thundercat did so on a short, minute-and-24-second-long track called “Paris,” which he described as a “tribute to those who lost their lives…” While it won’t heal anything, it can help sooth the soul for just a tiny amount of time.
Listen to “Paris,” which was co-produced by Mono/Poly, below.