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Following quickly on the heels of Fist Fight, his first single in three years, today multi-award-winning vocalist, multi-instrumentalist, and producer The Kite String Tangle releases new instrumental track Euclidean.

Full of driving beats, a steady bassline and atmospheric drops Euclidean is as much at home on the dancefloor as it is in your headphones.

About the track The Kite String Tangle says “This track was really fun to make. I love working with samples and the fact that this song has none of my vocals in it gave me the freedom to explore the production side a bit more freely.”

The Kite String Tangle is the musical project of Brisbane-based artist and producer Danny Harley. Since his debut single Given The Chance in 2013, he has been steadily building a following around the world with his distinctive sound and engaging live performances.

Debut EP ‘Vessel’ was nominated for ARIA Award for Breakthrough Artist and features breakout single Arcadia (25 million streams on Spotify and voted #15 in triple j’s Hottest 100) and the aforementioned Gold Certified single Given The Chance (#19 in triple j’s Hottest 100).

His debut album, ‘The Kite String Tangle‘, released in 2017, earned him critical acclaim and a loyal fan base. The album featured singles Selfish, The Prize (feat. Bridgette Amofah of Rudimental) and This Thing We Got which earned a second ARIA award nomination, this time for Best Dance Release.

He followed that up with his second album ‘C()D3X’ in 2020 which saw him win the 2020 Queensland Music Award (QMA) for Best Dance Song and Best Video (P()L4R). This was the third consecutive year for a QMA win after previously winning QMA’s in 2018 and 2019.

As well as having a track record of selling out his headline shows across Australia, and around the world, he has also performed sold out shows with the QLD Symphony Orchestra and been a firm festival favourite. The Kite String Tangle has played the likes of Falls Festival, Splendour In The Grass, FOMO, Groovin The Moo and made a guest appearance at Coachella. He has also supported Rufus Du Sol, Odesza and London Grammar.

Far from being quiet since the release of ‘C()D3X’, Harley has since demonstrated his versatility as an artist by releasing music with Woodes under the Tornado Club name, and also performing sold out shows with the Australasian Dance Collective live collaboration show ‘Aftermath’.



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