Anticipating upcoming projects and massive headline shows soon to be unveiled following their critically acclaimed ‘Reflections’ EP last year, Hybrid Minds embellish their upwards trajectory with a rousing drum and bass melody ‘Better Now’ featuring Lily Denning via their own Hybrid Music imprint.
This new single continues their busy summer schedule with more shows on the horizon at the likes of Electric Woodlands, El Dorado, Red Rocks supporting Zeds Dead, Forbidden Forest, Hideout, Reading Festival, and multiple shows at Louder‘s Ibiza residency at Eden. Described by MTV as “one of the biggest acts in DNB,” UK bass duo has become a staple in the constantly evolving wave of next-generation producers. Selling out live shows at the likes of London venue Printworks in 4 hours last year and their headline Brixton Academy show six months out from the dates.
Breaking boundaries with their unmatched musical style and process, Hybrid Minds have collaborated with a diverse array of artists including Grammy-nominated Above & Beyond, drum and bass giant Pendulum on last years’ ‘Louder Than Words,’ and indie star Holly Humberstone. Meanwhile, their Hospital Records collaboration with Belgian superstar Netsky, ‘Let Me Hold You’ broke the Top 10 in Belgium and gathered over 20 million Spotify streams plus radio support from BBC Radio 1 and KISS Nights.
Entrancing listeners with their impeccable dance magnet tunes, their 2021 ‘Reflections’ EP saw single ‘Bad To Me’ land spins on BBC Radio 1, 1 Xtra, Kiss FM, Capital Dance, and Apple Music where Zane Lowe hailed them leaders in their scene. Boasting spots on countless Spotify editorial playlists like Platinum Dance Hits, Massive Drum & Bass, and Run ‘N’ Bass, the producers have firmly rooted themselves in the global consciousness and are only getting bigger.
Featuring on the new single, elegant vocalist Lily Denning is swiftly on the rise. The rising London-based bedroom pop singer has already hit her first no.1 on the US Billboard Dance Chart for her contribution to upcoming producers Mahalo and DMLT’s ‘So Cold,’ which racked up over 10 million streams and firmly planted her on the map as one to watch.
Now turning her angelic vocals to ‘Better Now,’ Lily Denning joins Hybrid Minds on a well-crafted slice of drum and bass bliss. Airy and bright, the skillful blend of soaring vocals, levitating basslines, and scintillating breakdowns is proof that Hybrid Minds simply cannot miss.