Despite maintaining a relatively low-profile, Canadian-based producer Pomo has been making a name for himself over the last couple of years with productions for the likes of Anderson .Paak and Mac Miller. During that time, he has cultivated a sound that toes the line somewhere between electronic and hip-hop, with many of his productions taking a great deal of influence from the funk genre. But while most of his work falls under this umbrella, he’s proven himself an equally capable pop producer.
Together with fellow British Colombia native Harrison Brome, Pomo has further proven his versatility on his latest single, “Fall Together.” The song, which clocks in at just under three-and-a-half minutes, is an aurally-pleasing mix of both artists’ respective sounds, combining Pomo’s sleek synths and vibey basslines with Brome’s ear for a hook. Described by FADER as “ornate, chrome-finished future pop,” it’s the perfect song to kickoff your weekend!