Le Youth Lands on Anjunabeats with Two Fresh Tunes

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Continuing his dominance in the progressive scene this year, Le Youth has looked to Anjunabeats for his latest release, Gemini / Arizona.

Le Youth is an artist who has proven his creativity both in the studio and behind the decks time and time again over the past decade. While his initial releases centered around house music beats, he’s begun a deeper dive into the realm of progressive and melodic soundscapes with releases on labels like This Never Happened and new imprint PRGRSSN.

Now, after delivering a stunning remix of 3LAU’s track “Tokyo” earlier this year he’s landed his first two originals on Anjunabeats with the release of Gemini / Arizona. Those who are fans of the label will definitely be familiar with “Arizona” as the track was featured on Anjunabeats 15 and was well received by the Anjunafamily. Both tunes offer up serene vibes that will uplift your soul and take you to a far off destination of Le Youth’s creation.

Speaking to Forbes about the story on how the two tracks on the release came to be, Le Youth said “All of my shows were cancelled overnight and everyone was freaked out about the virus, as was I, but I remember thinking how great it will be to take a few weekends off from playing shows. I was thinking about all the music I would write while in isolation. So I wrote ‘Arizona’ the day I was supposed to be in Phoenix for a show with Lane 8, hence the title ‘Arizona’. ‘Gemini’ is a little more personal.”

Take a listen to Gemini / Arizona on Spotify below, download or stream the two fresh tracks from Le Youth on your favorite platform, and let us know what you think about them in the comments!

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