French composer, arranger and remixer Laurent Colson has unveiled an ambient and dark new single titled “Ceremony.”
The mystical and witch house-inspired tune offers heavy reese basslines, gripping and dynamic melodies and ominous reverberated vocals. The new cut comes from his brand new Emptiness album, with each single more poignant than the last. Laurent Colson began his career in the ’90s and continues to unite electro, ambient and cinematic sounds into his own unique blend of soundtrack-worthy productions.
In 2008, Colson’s dance version of the track “Nude” from Radiohead was ranked third in a remix contest entered by the band. That same year, he produced another dance remix of the track “Amazonia” for Deep Forest. In 2009, he worked with Norwegian singer Anneli Drecker on a remix of the track “My Emily” from her album Frolic.
Now, he puts his efforts forth on a brand new original tune. Listen to “Ceremony” below and enjoy everything that Laurent Colson’s unique brand has to offer.
It’s under the name of “Lost Memories” that Laurent Colson began his career in the 1990s. The first album called “The Edge Of Eternity,” which firmly united electro and pop, was signed by an independent Belgium record label and released in 1999.
In parallel, he worked on different remixes for other artists. In 2008, the dance version of the track “Nude” from Radiohead was ranked 3rd at a remix contest entered by the band. That same year, he realized another dance remix of the track “Amazonia” for Deep Forest (Eric Mouquet). In 2009, he worked with the Norwegian singer Anneli Drecker (Bel Canto, Röyksopp) and released a remix of the track “My Emily” from her album “Frolic.”
The latest projects are increasingly built with a cinematic vision, like a short story. The songs are a mix of modern musical techniques, arranged with dark and mystical sounds.