Track of the Day: Narcissist by No Rome

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No Rome teams up with labelmates The 1975 on new track “Narcissist”

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No Rome has shared a new track in collaboration with label pals The 1975. Signed to Dirty Hit Records, the pink-haired, soft-voiced, hot prospect has released “Narcissist”, featuring the vocals of Matty Healy.

No Rome has over 1.8m playlist followers this week

“Narcissist” is taken from his new EP ‘RIP Indo Hisashi’, which Healy and The 1975’s drummer George Daniel also co-produced. Premiering on Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 show, No Rome explained that he has been out in LA working on both his new record and The 1975’s forthcoming album, ‘A Brief Inquiry into Online Relationships’.

We're actually all in LA right now kind of working on both records,” No Rome said. “It's been a bit crazy because everything's kind of happening on a certain pace but I think it's also been helpful to both creative sides because I get a break from doing mine, so I don't get to explore a bit of other sonics and then come back to mine in kind of like re-apply what I learned in ways that I would do it. Whilst doing that I’m also kind of trying to hop around and see if I could produce other stuff that’s a bit far out from the genre”, he continued.

Picking up support from 13 influential playlists including Chillax Ka Muna! and The Indie List, No Rome has gained 667,000 new playlist followers this week, taking his total to over 1.8m, clocking a 58% increase. Also picking up 1,685 new direct artist followers in the past 7 days, No Rome is also enjoying increased engagement with his music from a growing fan base (Instrumental Music Scouting Platform).

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