Duke Keats’ latest offering, ‘Heavy Heartbreak’, is a testament to his eclectic influences and evolving musical journey. Hailing from Coventry, UK, Keats seamlessly blends elements from a diverse range of artists, from Miles Davis to Toro Y Moi, creating a sound that is uniquely his own.

The track serves as a preview of his upcoming EP, ‘Bornstar‘, and it’s clear that Keats has poured his heart and soul into every aspect of its creation. Collaborating with Mase Le Long of Batsch fame, Keats crafts a sonic landscape that is both nostalgic and forward-thinking.

‘Heavy Heartbreak’ effortlessly combines elements of lo-fi, electronic, rock, funk, and vintage styles, showcasing Keats’ versatility as a musician and producer. The production, recorded, mixed, and mastered in Keats’ hometown, is crisp and polished, allowing the poignant lyrics to shine through.

Through melancholic verses and emotive melodies, Keats explores themes of love, heartbreak, and youth, inviting listeners to embark on a journey of self-discovery and introspection. His vocals are emotive and raw, drawing listeners in with every word.

With ‘Heavy Heartbreak’, Duke Keats cements his status as a rising star in the music industry. His ability to push boundaries and defy genre conventions is truly remarkable, and it’s clear that his artistic evolution is only just beginning. Keep an eye on Duke Keats – he’s destined for great things.

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