POSTAAL’s ‘BURNIN’ Is A Beautiful, Anthemic Triumph

Written By Sam Murphy on 01/19/2016

POSTAAL are a Parisian duo who are keeping their identity pretty low-key at the moment. Basically, they melted hearts with their debut track FREEDOM last year, which has now clocked up close to 100k plays on Souncloud, and have since had people hanging out for a follow-up. Well, the follow-up is finally here and it’s arguably better than their debut. BURNIN’ is a flourishing, slow-builder of a track that bursts into a climax of gospel-flavoured samples and wobbling bass. The duo told Pigeons and Planes that the song is a combination of them, samples and Pascal Toussaint who is a gospel singer from Paris.

“We did a collaboration with our friends The Shoes and have also done something with Panteros666 for his album, whilst finishing our debut EP we’ll release in May,” they told P&P via email about what they have been up to since the release of their debut track. It looks like there’s more to this duo than just the music too. They have been working with film makers and photographers to get the whole image right. It shows too as the video for BURNIN’ is just as beautiful as the song itself. Check it out above and listen to their debut FREEDOM below.