ZHU – “In The Morning”

It’s a cold day in Toronto, but thanks to ZHU we can catch a little bit of the soon-to-be summer spirit. Electronic/house producer ZHU decides to release a brand new catchy cut called, “In The Morning”. The track is layered with piano and tribal rhythms along with his signature synth sound, which gets our head nodding and feet tapping.

The new release follows the announcement he made yesterday in regards to kicking off his first North American headlining tour with the singer, Gallant. I decided to announce his tour through a very unique approach – a prank call. He called a clueless ticket scalper fan and decided to tease his new song. His tour is set to kick off April 16th at the Coachella festival grounds, but you can check out the additional tour dates below. If you’re digging the track, be sure to check out his November EP release, “Genesis Series“, which is available to purchase on iTunes.

Listen to the track below:


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