Simon Doty – Tattoo

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Following two recent EPs, ‘Hometown EP’ and ‘Living Sound EP’, on Anjunadeep that have amassed just under 1 million streams to date and support from the likes of Pete Tong, Danny Howard, and Ben Malone, Simon Doty now announces his new single ’Tattoo’.

‘Tattoo’ is no exception to the signature sound that has earned the Canadian-based DJ and producer support from tastemaker DJ’s such as Adam Beyer, Adriatique, Gorgon City, and Hot Since 82 to name a few. Combining driving percussion and bass with emotive piano stabs and Ruth Royall’s ethereal vocal hooks, ’Tattoo’ makes for an undeniable summer anthem.

Release Date: 16th August 2022

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