Aaron Taos Gives Us A Taste Of Uncanny Romance In “Voodoo”

“You must be practicing some evil”

Photo: Dave Krugman

NYC artist Aaron Taos touches upon the paranormal effect that someone may have on us in his new single “Voodoo.” It’s a pop track that has the rhythmic pulse of hip-hop where Aaron’s vocals delineate the self-indulgent hopelessness we feel in the spellbinding presence of someone. Stream below:

“‘Voodoo’ is about the supernatural power a new lover has over you. I originally produced the instrumentation of ‘Voodoo’ almost two years ago. I knew I had something special with the guitar loop, but just couldn’t find the right inspiration for vocal melodies/lyrics over it.” shared Aaron Taos. “Earlier this year I was introduced to a very talented NYC writer named Larzz Principato who co-wrote Halsey’s ‘New Americana’ and Dua Lipa’s ‘IDGAF’ among other tracks I dig. I knew if anybody could unlock this song he could. During our first session together I showed him this instrumental and immediately we clicked on it. After a couple of hours we finished the concept/vocal tracking and then I sent to my mixers TON who added additional production and got it sounding great.”

The track is from Aaron’s upcoming EP Night Thoughts, which will be out this Friday.