Spectral Display are still churning out hits, and their latest tune, ‘Slowly’, is responsible for a surge of positive emotions. All of you who enjoy listening to new music that is presented in a manner that is distinctive will delight in the latest release from the electronic-pop ensemble that is based in Amsterdam.
The Michel Mulders-led group has been successful since their initial leap in the 1980s by adhering to a formula of innovating, which is one of the keys to a long-lasting career in the music industry. Furthermore, they manage to stay true and current to the scene and this track fits in like a glove. It has a reggaeton groove, plus there are a tonne of original flavours, both of which contribute to the song’s ability to instantly become get stuck in the mind. The vocals on this track are performed by Prince Chapelle and Lachi and the pair come together in perfect harmony.
The track is 3 minutes and 33 seconds long and it feels as though it could spin for much longer given its catchy aesthetic. It is in the chorus that the magic of the song takes place, and it is also in the chorus that the meaning of the song is ingrained deeply.