LA producer/songwriter Elohim has had a steady stream of infectious synthpop hits, but this is one of her biggest offerings to date.
This latest cut arrives just a few days before the rising star releases her self-titled full-length. Squirmy sax lines, parasitic earworms, and a killer middle eight combine for pure pop gold on "Half Love" - Elohim's made lots of brilliant turns over the past few years, but not many quite feel this massive.
"Half Love" links up with "Panic Attacks" and "F*ck Your Money" to preview Elohim's long-awaited debut LP, which also features already-heard numbers "The Wave", Whethan collab "Sleepy Eyes", "Skinny Legs", "Hallucinating". It's the follow up to 2016's self-titled debut EP (which contains hits such as "She Talks Too Much", "Bridge And The Wall", "Xanax", "Sensations", "Pigments", and Casey Veggies team up "All That Gold").