Vancouver Sleep Clinic Releases Single TRIPPIN ft. IDK – Listen Here!

June 19, 2018
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Vancouver Sleep Clinic premieres “Trippin” from THERAPY PHASE 02. Vancouver Sleep Clinic is set to release THERAPY PHASE 02 this Friday, the continuation of his critically acclaimed, multi-part, and welcomed return to music, THERAPY.

In anticipation of the full EP, Tim Bettinson dropped “Trippin” today, with production from Al Shux (producer of “All The Stars” by Kendrick Lamar/SZA). The Brisbane based producer marks his evolution in this new track and second EP, a contemplative and beat-driven exploration that draws on influences from Hip-Hop and R&B, creating an ambient melody.

As Bettinson has spent the last several years oscillating between independent music production and the travails of the music industry, THERAPY serves as a sonic representation of his creative liberation.

This second installment of THERAPY also features the previously released track – “Silver Lining” – produced by FnZ (A$AP Rocky), which premiered last month on Hunger TV.

“Trippin is the in between space where you are moving on from someone but can’t shake them from your mind. It’s neither happiness or sadness, but rather a state of numbeness and confusion — with memories that keep resurfacing everywhere around you like déjà vu.” — Vancouver Sleep Clinic

Check out the song below.

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