Russian electronic artist Pavel Dovgal is gearing up to drop his new album, The Aura, and today lets go of "Euphoria" which is lifted from the forthcoming LP. Drawing inspiration from a range of sources, including indie-pop, jazz and African sounds, The Aura promises to be an eclectic blend, interpreted along the lines of Dovgal's particular brand of electronic expertise. Carrying a strong vocal turn from Starving Yet Full (formerly of Azari III), "Euphoria" opens out with glowing keys, introducing the soul-filled feature to drive it towards a warm, airy and melodic destination. Spiritual yet ambiguous in sound and lyric alike, this track is a slow burner that flickers, flames and genty cascades over two and a half minutes. Listen exclusively below.
The Aura comes out on Nov. 25. Pre-order it here.