Following the release of his Smile To The Camera EP this time last year, Selbor returns with the disco-infused groove track “Your Love“, which is offering the perfect antidote for a difficult year with its kalimba melodies and Moroder inspired synth arpeggios. With influences ranging from italo-disco to indie pop and flamenco, the London-based Andalusia-born songwriter effortlessly blends a range of cultures and sounds into this summery production. Selbor’s eclectic sonic palette and background as an electronic music producer, singer and DJ produce a unique blend of electronic alt-pop that is both enticing and emotive. About the track, Selbor says: “I wrote “Your Love” in the Summer of 2020, and Hot Chip mixed and remixed it this year. It’s an optimistic cry for help while waiting to be reunited on the dance floor. It’s also about accepting loving whoever you want and doing it without hiding. We need to continue the fight against fascism and clubs and parties are a good place to start.”
Selbor’s “Your Love” will be released tomorrow, 9th of July, however, you can listen to the track exclusively on KALTBLUT below.
The infectious “Your Love” has been given the deluxe treatment with pioneering British synth-poppers Hot Chip delivering a trademark remix ready for the dance floor. Predominantly written using synths combined with electric guitar and bass, Selbor’s music strikes a complimentary balance between them. Taking inspiration from personal experience and explorations in love, nature and death, lyrics are an integral part of Selbor’s songwriting process. “Your Love is a song about accepting loving whoever and whatever you want and doing it without hiding,” he explains. If Smile to The Camera was a bold statement of intent from an exciting new artist, “Your Love” confirms it was certainly no one-off.