PILLOWS DELIVERS NEW DANCE-POP SINGLE, "REAL LOVE"
Jul 28, 2020 | by Isabelle Wang
Rising singer, producer and DJ, Pillows, released her vibrant dance-pop spin on Mary J. Blige’s hit single, “Real Love,” out now and streaming everywhere via Parametric Records. Known for her chilled-out dance tunes, the bubbling, creative force delivers another beautiful, electronic bop sure to set any music lover’s heart free. With her new-age approach on the classic R&B chart-topper, Pillows’ “Real Love” conjures feelings of confidence and optimism. The track features smooth, soulful vocals and maintains the original lyrics detailing a hopeless romantic’s search for an unconditional and unwavering love. Pillows turns melancholy on its head, however, with her bright, bouncing house beat, energetic drop and dance-inducing melodic hook.
“Real Love” is Pillows’ second solo endeavor of 2020 and debuts just on the heels of her first, “Walkaway” (Parametric Records). “Real Love” marks Pillows’ 7th release this year. Other recent productions include “Colorblind” with Menshee (Soave Records), “Forget Me Nots” with Menshee (VipmusikRecords), FIXL x Willim “Mad at You” Ft. Pillows (Spinnin’ Records Asia), “Far from Perfect” with James Mercy (Soave Records), and “Put Me Back Together” with Faro Freaks (Gemstone Records).
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Singer, producer and DJ, Pillows is the voice and creative force behind a new wave of chilled-out dance tunes. Her music is melodic, soothing, and snuggle-ready. In just a short time, Pillows has racked up millions of streams on releases with labels like Spinnin, Revealed Recordings, Monstercat and Chillyourmind. Her music has seen support from major DJs including R3hab, Oliver Heldens, NGHTMRE, Hardwell and the Chainsmokers. Her first-ever release, “Ghosts,” charted on Shazam, and she's had tracks featured on Spotify's Mint, New Music Friday, Chilled Hits, Dance Rising, and Friday Cratediggers, as well as on SiriusXM and Dash Radio’s “Insomniac Radio."