Will Clarke

If you were looking for some fresh techno tunes to dance away to, Will Clarke has you covered with his latest EP, Nothing Is Forever.

Known for his fantastic tunes, amazing sets, and equally as epic beard, Will Clarke has become one of the most desired artists to catch in the scene as of late. Whether it’s his original work like “Tricky” and “Feeling Good” or his takes on massive tracks including Billie Eilish’s “Bury A Friend” and RÜFÜS Du Sol’s “No Place,” his music continues to keep our feet dancing. Now, he’s given us more techno grooves to get down to with the release of his three-track EP, Nothing Is Forever.

The release of Nothing Is Forever sees Will Clarke return to Truesoul to gift us with some techno goodness that you’ll want to keep on repeat. Already joining the ranks of artists like Adam Beyer, Dosem, and Pig&Dan earlier this year on the label by way of Our Love that saw him team up with Eli Brown, this fresh release is the perfect addition to any collection of underground sounds.

Setting the tone for the EP is lead track “Mucaj” which tells you everything you need to know about what’s to come from Will Clarke on this release. Full of melodic elements, this atmospheric tune gets your blood pumping as you arrive at the title track, “Nothing Is Forever” that features quality synth work and toys with your eardrums in all the right ways. Closing the release out is “Meta” which introduces a dark, heavy bassline and shows off his skills in interlacing percussive elements to hit at the perfect time.

Take a listen to Nothing Is Forever on Spotify below, download or stream a copy on the platform of your choice, and let us know what you think of this three-track release from Will Clarke in the comments!

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Will Clarke – Nothing Is Forever – Tracklist:

  1. Mucaj
  2. Nothing Is Forever
  3. Meta

Will Clarke - Nothing Is Forever

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