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At the green age of 15, Vermont native Pierce Fulton was first exposed to electronic dance music in high school. While there, he developed and refined his production skillset and later released an eye-catching first EP called “Pardon My French” at the age of 18. Today, Fulton is known for his niche electronica sound, and has produced a slew of impressive remixes for the likes of Usher, Chuckie and Steve Aoki. Earlier this summer, his release of “Kuaga (Lost Time)” further cemented his arrival with the use of a punchy electro riff and youthful vocals to hook listeners.

More is better, as Fulton’s new track “Landmines” features more of his sweet signature electronica sound. Kicking it off with JHart’s catchy and powerful vocals, the single slowly builds to a pinnacle. This unleashes a progressive and pop-influenced synth that buoys the song until its end, with vocals interspersed throughout it.

Pierce Fulton feat. JHart– Landmines | Armada Music