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SLANDER and Said The Sky finally drop emotional track ‘Potions’

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Following the recent release of one of SLANDER’s most anticipated collaborations with Dylan Matthew, Love Is Gone, the duo is back with another ID that’s been requested for quite some time. After being teased for weeks, SLANDER and Said The Sky’s collaboration Potions is now officially out!

The song dropped last Friday, via Monstercat, with an official music video, and a worldwide release the next day.

Fans of either SLANDER or Said The Sky should already be familiar with the song one way or another. They have both been playing the collaboration consistently for a while prior to its official release. At this year’s Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC) in Las Vegas, SLANDER even brought out Said The Sky during their set to play it.

Now that the song is out, fans can finally dive into a sea of emotions while listening to the beautifully crafted track on repeat.

The 3:44 minute video tells of a story of a man reminiscing the love he had with a girl. In the video, he is seen taking the potion over and over again, but what does the potion do? Well, we won’t spoil it for you; you’ll just have to watch the music video to find out!

Listen to “Potions” from SLANDER and Said The Sky with JT Roach below:

 

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