Poolside sets the mood for lovers around the world with his latest album filled with top-tier collaborators, Blame It All On Love.
When you think of Poolside, one can’t help but picture a warm, gentle breeze felt at dusk on a summer’s day. This producer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist has always gone against the grain, following his own rules to create his art. After 15 years of perfecting his sound, the artist feels confident that he’s reached the musical expression that fully encapsulates him. Always providing reminiscent musical nodes of the past, fans of all ages easily gravitate to his infectious and light-hearted sounds.
Throughout his years, Poolside has had many monumental achievements many artists aspire to reach within their careers. He has released four previous albums and created remixes for some of the biggest names in music, including his rendition of Miami Horror‘s “Leila.” On top of that, he has graced the stages of some of the world’s largest festivals, such as Coachella, Austin City Limits, and Outside Lands. Now, Poolside has album number five to add to his list of accomplishments as he drops his latest work, Blame It All On Love.
Listeners can expect to hear many of his previous works’ nostalgic feelings within Blame It All On Love, with Poolside sharing, “It’s just pure, unfiltered expression, and that’s why I’m really excited about this record.” Find yourself yearning to share the love once Poolside gifts his take on the subject everyone desires. Unplug momentarily and unwind as Poolside serenades you with his contagious, mellow chillwave vibes.
Listen to Blame It All On Love on your favorite platform, and read on for a deeper dive into these tracks from Poolside!
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Take a ride with your lovestruck heart as the initial track of this love story begins.
“Ride With You” is the perfect song to begin a long road trip. Teaming up with Ben Browning, the pair showcase a groovy 70’s beat with lyrics that would make anyone’s knees weak if they were about them; it’s clear love is in the air. Adding Vansire and Panama into the mix, the next two songs keep the mood set on intimacy with “Float Away” and “Back To Life.” These tracks speak highly about the inspiration and appreciation one has when they have a partner they can’t get enough of.
Experience the feeling the darkness feels once the “Moonlight” illuminates it back to life with this sweet ballad of affirmations. Reassurance of someone saying, “Wherever you go, I’m with you,” is enough to cause butterflies in your belly. Still tapping into nature’s representation of love, “Where Is The Thunder” has plenty of guitar riffs to get your foot tapping along to the hopeless romantic Ora The Molecule wondering where the thunder to her lightning might be. Poolside and Mazy reminisce on how it feels with a fresh new love as “Each Night” together is full of excitement and late nights obsessing over the connection forming.
Is Poolside making you believe “We Could Be Falling In Love” yet?
“We Could Be Falling In Love” will have your heart ready to explode with adoration. You can’t help but get happy feet as the song plays out the fantasy of two people realizing they are falling deeply in love with each other. Love brings many emotions, and Life On Planets shares his “Ventura Highway Blues.” It’s a solid example of love-sick emotions taking over your every thought to the brink of insanity. Sparking the sensual side of a romance with the help of slenderbodies, “Hold On To You” sets the mood for you to grab your lover close and share an intimate space within their arms as the melody triggers your dopamine to overflow.
Grab a life vest, or you’ll drown in this “Sea Of Dreams.” Ben Browning lends his hand again on this one as synths the size of waves greet you in this song, along with waves of emotions. There are always lows to meet our highs, and we can’t help when the visions we had with someone shift in opposite directions. A “Lonely Night” is always a good reminder of how good it feels to have a loved one to share the bed with. Get swept away by the serenading of Poolside and MUNYA as they speak soft nothings into your ears and yearn for their loneliness to subside as the final seconds tick away.
Poolside – Blame It All On Love – Tracklist:
- Ride With You ft. Ben Browning
- Float Away ft. Vansire
- Back To Life ft. Panama
- Where Is The Thunder? ft. Ora The Molecule
- Each Night ft. Mazy
- We Could Be Falling In Love
- Ventura Highway Blues ft. Life on Planets
- Hold On To You ft. slenderbodies
- Sea Of Dreams ft. Ben Browning
- Lonely Night ft. MUNYA