Petit Biscuit’s “Suffer” & “Safe” Are Your New Anger Management Friends

For moments when you feel like you’re burning

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French artist Petit Biscuit has dropped two new tracks: “Suffer” ft. Swedish artist Skott and “Safe.” Both are cathartic tracks that serve as therapeutic bangers to help you manage any frustrations that you’ve been accumulating. It’s intricate texture takes you from bursting moments to calming whispers that capture the seismic nature of overcoming your own emotions. Stream below:

“This track has been in the making for a year now, and at first I used it as an outlet to release some energy, screaming into the microphone,” shared Petit Biscuit of “Suffer.” “One of my initial recordings made it into the track, that siren sounding shout at the beginning. That’s in part why it’s called ‘Suffer.’ Composing it helped me get over some painful moments. At some point I thought it would be better with some quality vocals, and so I asked singer Skott to try something with it. I loved her music, and what she sent immediately felt right. She understood the vibe of the track perfectly with her lyrics about loneliness and despair. The melodies she sings also communicate the lonely and weird atmosphere of the track.”

Mehdi Benjelloun is the mastermind behind Petit Biscuit who broke into scene with his worldwide hit debut “Presence” last November. Originally a classically trained musician, Mehdi started toying with electronic music at the age of 11 and is now getting ready to embark on his massive North American tour. Make sure to see him live: