H3NRY THR!LL RETURNS WITH BIG NEW SINGLE ‘EMOTIONLESS’
After a brilliant breakout year, LA-based producer H3NRY THR!LL kicks off 2022 with a groovy bass house banger which adamantly asserts him as one of most versatile and talented artists in the scene. Both psychedelic and anthemic, ‘Emotionless’ equips the listener with a track that could be blasted out at a club or calmly consumed in the comfort of their own company.
H3NRY begins the captivating cut with an interstellar sounding synth alongside a daunting, grumbling bass, creating a spacey environment that is reinforced with reverberating percussion throughout. Sharp snares steadily build up to the climax of ‘Emotionless’, a hypnotic house groove with a silky-smooth kick, a variety of soothing synths and an underlying distorted bass. A feature from Mo Bentley takes the sensational song to the next level, her raspy vocals add enticing emotion and consistent catchiness while concisely written lyrics meticulously match the gloomy tone, providing a cutting illustration of an emotionless relationship, a comment on modern love.
Speaking about the latest addition to his already impressive discography H3NRY explained, “This release is a big new step for the new year and the new sound. Working with Mo Bentley on this track was awesome and her voice fits this track perfectly. Coming into 2022 with a strong string of releases and having this one lead the pack. Combining catchy melodic elements with the deep bass sound, I am certain you are going to love Emotionless.”
With each release the gifted artist increasingly demonstrates his undeniable talent and versatility. H3NRY has begun the new year by changing direction both sonically and visually, however one thing that has remained the same is the inevitability of his success.
The views from established industry giants suggest a consensus on that take, with the innovative artist receiving praise from artists and broadcasters like Don Diablo, Block FM, Nexus Radio, Lost Frequencies, Radio Nova, Kiss FM, Big city Beats, Zondering, Anna Lunoe, Fresh FM and Oliver Heldens. ‘Emotionless’ has certainly set the foundations of a flourishing year for H3NRY which the rest of the scene is enthusiastic to see unfold.