With production that reminds me of the classic UK garage scene of the late 90s/early 00s, there's a lovely retro spin on Murlo's newest tune. Subtle trap punctuates vocals from Gemma Dunleavy, which is a brilliant choice to finish the piece off.
This will please R&B fans, as well as those who are enjoying the emerging scene of star-studded UK songstresses at the moment. At times, Irish singer Dunleavy almost sounds like a modern Ashanti or Aaliyah; not a title I'd allocate lightly given the stature of the aforementioned.
"Deep Breath" is the kind of track that will introducing Murlo's work to mainstream audiences. With its accessible sing-a-long verses and lyrics that resonate with a young party crowd, this is a slow burner -- its strength is in the replay. For bass-hunters and soulful streamers alike, this has something to offer everyone.