Fryars has returned with new track ‘Virtual Reality Games’, featuring Rae Morris

Plug into this new number, his first release in nearly six years

Producer extraordinaire Fryars has returned in style, with new track ‘Virtual Reality Games’

Thankfully no headset is required for this one (it tends to hurt our heads after a while… just us?), with the new track an absolute cocktail of electro-sounds and computer-sugar pop. Featuring the one and only Rae Morris, it’s a thrilling return – his first release in nearly six years!

Speaking about the track, Fryars explains: “Unsurprisingly, a lot has happened in the world since I last put some music out. The volume of information and conversation over the last six years has never been louder – engaging in it has been as overwhelming as it has been enlightening. The song came from a sudden desire a few years back – to become a gamer and ignore everyone and everything.”

“At a time when so many of us are using our voices to push for change (or to fight against it), the idea of switching off from reality might seem at odds with helping to make the world a better place. But even if it’s for a few minutes every day, it is important to take time away to be alone with your thoughts. Alone with yourself. Much of the truth comes from within us.”

Dive into ‘Virtual Reality Games’ below:

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