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Flamingosis Releases Compelling New Tune “Nebula Gazer”

With his new studio album, Better Will Come, arriving this Spring, it’s single-release season for the Brooklyn-based artist, Flamingosis. His new jazz-infused track follows his recent collaboration with Marc Rebillet, and is poised to put a smile on your face.

Flamingosis seamlessly flows between funk and electronic sounds on “Nebula Gazer,” concentrating on maintaining a free-flowing, uplifting vibe, no matter the genre. This stank-face worthy track is a true testament to the producer’s ability to arrange, and his undeniable knack for intuitive instrumentation.

Aaron commented on the meaning behind the track, sharing:

A nebula is BIG AS HELL. So much so, that it can make us feel SMALL AS HELL when we gaze up at that shit. So when presented with this information, you can go about it two different ways. You can say ‘Damn, I feel insignificant in the grand scheme of things, what’s the point in even trying.’  Or you can say ‘Damn, I feel insignificant in the grand scheme of things. Which gives me a weird sense of confidence to work towards being a better version of myself and make the most of my time here on earth.’ Personally, I’d choose the latter when going about life.

You can stream “Nebula Gazer” at the link below. Enjoy!

Flamingosis – Nebula Gazer

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