Swedish rising producer Discrete Unveils New Brilliant Single “Drown in Me” With Kiesza, Dylan Fuentes & Ouse
The new single “Drown in Me” is testament to his hard work, effortlessly folding three vibrant, diverse artists into one blissful smash. They sing about the fragility of romance, telling their tumultuous stories lit by Discrete’s neon production. Even as Kiesza sings about the struggles of falling “in and out of love,” the beat remains insistent and the synthesizers continue to shimmer, a reminder that when life gets messy, you can always dance through your struggles, especially if you’re surrounded by friends.
In the new collaboration, Discrete features canadian pop hitmaker Kiesza, Icelandic singer/songwriter Ouse, and Colombian artist/actor Dylan Fuentes—uniting them in a technicolor swirl of pure pop energy. The track is out today on Astralwerks and comes with a stylish, cinematic video featuring all four artists —which premiered on FLAUNT.
Discrete shares, “This record wouldn’t have turned out the way it did if it wasn’t for the lockdowns across the world,” Discrete says. “I’ve never met Ouse, Dylan, or Kiesza in person. They all contributed to the song remotely from their part of the world, and I think that uniqueness gives the song a special global feel. Although lockdowns put a stop to many things in our lives, they’ve also proven that passion for music will never die.”
The song’s video only reinforces the idea of bridging the gaps between people. It features each artist exploring their own respective surreal spaces, but also unites them all in the dizzy spirit of the song, highlighting their differences while opening up windows between their worlds.
Discrete also released a handful of standalone singles including the airy pop-house track “In My Heart,” a collaboration with fellow Swedish artist Pawl that’s since garnered nearly 5.5 million streams on Spotify alone. Discrete’s music has clearly been resonating with listeners—he’s achieved over 85 million streams across all platforms—and “Drown in Me” is evidence that he won’t be stopping anytime soon. There’s more people to reach, a whole world’s worth of dancefloors to take over.