The quirky technics of CRÈME’s sound exude a playful whimsicality on “Back In Love,” a single that sees CRÈME foray further into the experimental brand of electronic that has colored past productions such as “Beaches.” An exemplification of CRÈME’s affinity for inventive synth work, “Back In Love” melds metallic, tripping synths with the breathy texture of CRÈME’s vocal.
The glitchy rhythm of “Back In Love” is reminiscent of Louis The Child’s flirtations with constructions that deliberately stagger and stutter. Like the production duo, CRÈME introduces these idiosyncratic sonic patterns with control, creatively integrating them in the sonic schema of “Back In Love.” The forward thinking character of CRÈME’s out of the box approach to dance innovation is arrestingly clear. - Rachel Narozniak - Dancing Astronaut 12/11/19
CRÈME’s cover of Highest In the Room flips Travis Scott's enigmatic hit upside down just in time for 4/20/20. Following the success of Back In Love (with over 500K online streams so far) CRÈME fell in love with the double-edged lyrical meaning of Highest in the Room.
"When I made the track, back in February, I had no idea the world would literally be flipped upside down and how that would change this songs meaning so much for me personally."