Stream Keegan DeWitt’s New Track, “Thunder Clatter”
Today, Keegan DeWitt premiered his new song “Thunder Clatter” on AOL Music’s Spinner. The track’s shimmering dance-pop can now be streamed exclusively HERE. Following in the footsteps of his chiming, propulsive “Two Hearts” (off December’s Two Hearts/Reluctance limited edition 7-inch single) – which was deemed “a stunning sonic recreation: shamelessly crisp and poppy” by American Songwriter and “quietly-anthemic indie pop” by My Old Kentucky Blog – “Thunder Clatter” will be included on an upcoming EP due out in August.
DeWitt, who was named one of Paste’s ’10 Best New Solo Artists of 2010,’ first gained recognition for his film scores and his work can currently be seen in theaters in Aaron Katz’s Cold Weather. His most recent scores premiered at the SXSW film festival this year in official selection No Matter What, directed by Cherie Saulter, and in the short film “Remigration,” directed by Barry Jenkins (Medicine For Melancholy).
Keegan DeWitt – “Thunder Clatter”