2017 has been a busy year so far for Miami-based duo smle. The project’s indie-leaning future bass sound has garnered the two producers a massive following in the last couple of months, courtesy of their back-to-back releases that they’ve been dishing out since this past February. The pair entered the year with their highly-accessible original release, “Overflow,” followed by their collaborative track with WRLD called “Stranded” and their “Leave It All” single with Just A Gent. With every release, smle find new ways to continue their mission of administering the right amount of uplifting and quintessential vibes into every one of the productions.

For their newest single, the future bass outfit tug on the cornerstone of their identity, giving listeners a delightful new tune titled “Happiness.” The new single lies on the more placid side of their releases, beginning with soft introduction of Helen Tess’s vocals and light pulses before dropping into an airy drop of syncopated vocal chops and grooving percussion.

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WRLD and SMLE team up for ‘Stranded’

smle Feat. Helen Tess – Overflow (Original Mix)

Fergie – Life Goes On (smle Remix)