"Jetée" - Fort Romeau [SoundCloud]

Arielle Cruz

by Arielle Cruz

Published June 13, 2013

London's Fort Romeau released a new track yesterday entitled "Jetée." The mid-tempo house song is warm and spacious, giving the listener the feeling of being in a big open room, wherever they are.

The laced in piano chords and light bass make this track just chill enough that you can listen to in your room, or blast on heavy speakers at a party. The choice is yours.

Fun fact: The track likely takes its name from the ’60s French science-fiction film La Jetée. According to Wikipedia, the film is "constructed almost entirely from still photos, it tells the story of a post-nuclear war experiment in time travel." Well, I guess the song does sound a bit futuristic.

Keep an eye out for B-side "Desire," due out on June 24th via Ghostly.

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