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The eclectic, experimental bass duo EAZYBAKED offer up a “Simulated” version of their typical sound with their latest release. “Simulated” is the second single following “Letting Go” ahead of their March 4th debut LP release, INTERTWINED. EAZYBAKED continue to break boundaries and exceed expectations as they transform and grow their project.

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Eric Ray and Andrew Principe of EAZYBAKED have created quite the buzz around their upcoming LP. INTERTWINED has been piecing together for a while now, and the first few glimpses have been nothing short of excellent. The first single, “Letting Go,” provided lush soundscapes and a stripped-back organic sound acting as the perfect intro into this new chapter of their sound. In addition, the boys just blessed us with long-awaited ID, “Simulated,” and proved good things are worth waiting for.

Noted as one of the heavier tracks from the upcoming album, “Simulated” is an ominous and forceful tune. The boys instantly come out swinging, building up an uncertain and unsettling energy before releasing a drop that can only be summarized as: oof. The sound is contorted and transformed around us in ways that don’t seem human leaving us bewildered. EAZYBAKED tweeted earlier this week that “most people haven’t heard the second drop of Simulated 😈” so obviously, we couldn’t wait to hear the second drop of “Simulated.” Nuttier than the first, the second half of this track highlights the sound’s bouncy composition and the boy’s attention to sound design detail.

The first two singles are a pretty clear indication that this upcoming album will be some of EAZYBAKED’s best work yet. The full album drops on March 4th, but you can pre-save it here.

Until then, stream “Simulated” below!

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