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loyalties & Alto Moon – Body Language

Pop-Duo ‘loyalties’ embraces late-summer vibes in new collaboration with Alto Moon “Body Language”. If you’re a fan of silky smooth & deep rnb vocals over a bouncy, new age pop track, you’ll definitely vibe with “Body Language” which is adorned with trap drums, sunny keys, and a catchy edm pop drop. 

Alto Moon’s vocals are reminiscent of Sam Smith, and perfectly pairs soulful emotion with loyalties’ pop production. Here’s what he had to say about the collaboration with loyalties.

 “Body Language is such a fun mix of confidence and mystery. It addresses the strange but fun way we all try to read a romantic situation. It’s like being a teen all over again. Neither of us have the words to describe it, but i’m pretty sure we are into each other.

– Alto Moon

The new single follows the success of loyalties’ previous track “Sad Sometimes” which featured TikTok star & singer-songwriter Emma Oliver. The track accumulated over 400k streams cross platform within the first month landing on multiple Spotify & Apple editorial playlists and receiving praise from American Songwriter, Medium Magazine, & Ones to Watch.

TikTok itself endorsed the single on it’s very own home page. Comprised of Dan Stringer (Brooklyn, NY) and Michael Kanne (Dallas, TX), the duo originally bonded over a love for music with big drums, big bass, and even bigger hooks. Not limited to a single location, genre, or vocalist, the duo is able to explore a wide variety of sounds while staying true to that same honest vibe they both love.

Music is a safe haven for me in a year like this one, and I really enjoy this song and its feel good vibes. I’m excited to hear more of what fast rising act ‘loyalties’ has next for us. 

Chandler Juliet