AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLER LAMENTS THE OPTIMISTIC DAYS OF BEING “20” ON LATEST GENRE-DEFYING AND MATURE SINGLE

It’s not often that one gets to hear music from a band that seems about to hit the big times. But if Air Traffic Controller’s latest track “20” — and their 300,000 monthly listeners — is any indication, then this genre-defying group seems poised to become a household name very soon. With “20,” the band pulls out all the stops from the get-go — a funky opening, a trumpet section that pops up at the perfect moments, a cohesive sound from a band years in the making and a mature style to the awesome guitar work and solid beat. Like similar group Fitz and the Tantrums, Air Traffic Controller genuinely lack a defined genre — there’s a little bit of everything in the addictive track, from folk to pop to rock to funk. But what’s most important is how perfectly and pointedly “20” captures what it’s like to be that age and to see the world as your oyster, where anything is possible. It’s a song that bears multiple re-listens — which is easier than ever since Air Traffic Controller’s latest album, Dash, releases today. In a statement from the band:

“During the pandemic, the band faced several delays and hardships, but they continued to collaborate, remotely at times, to bring the next chapter of Air Traffic Controller to the world … If you like stories, charm, nostalgia, and hooks from Air Traffic Controller, Dash will captivate you from the very first line.”

Be sure to check out Air Traffic Controller on Spotify, Instagram and http://www.airtrafficcontrollermusic.com.

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