Liz Cass Releases New Disco-Influenced Single ‘Too Hot’
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Liz Cass just released her brand new single ‘Too Hot’, a scorching pop track which glistens with an 80s disco shimmer as she casts away fickle past relationships among its infectious funky groove. ‘Too Hot’, which was produced by William Dinesen and mixed and mastered by DARGZ (Moses Boyd, Flyte, Poppy Ajudha), follows the release of her critically acclaimed debut album ‘The Words’.
Earlier this year, Liz also shared the ‘Teardrops’EP, a choice selection of songs from Womack and Womack, Joy Division, Mazzy Star and Rialto, which she covered with her unique touch as her broad vocals paired with soaring synths and downtempo beats. “Tender and tranquilising… plays on her vintage tones and ambience,” said Notion of the release, while Wonderland wrote, “Liz continues to captivate listeners and establish herself as a rising star.”
Regarding her latest song, Liz says, “‘Too Hot’ is the first single from my next project. It’s inspired by those fiery and quick to burn out romances that lack any meaningful foundation. A lot of fun and excitement but never lasting. I used to seek that out, but now just the idea of it is exhausting to me!”