We're happy to be sharing with you a new track called 'VanillaCola' from Italian duo Gabriele Ottino and David Tomat, aka Niagara. It's a pulsing, kinetic track, fraught at all times with abrasive mind-cleansing washes of sound, popping with computeroid bubblings, crashing drums and wheeling lances of high-register synth splashing the track with a sense of urgency as the vocals drop lyrics word-by-word.

One half of the duo, Ottino, was kind enough to tell us his thoughts behind the galloping track:

"Vanillacola is a list of words that apparently don’t mean anything, they just suggest a meaningless landscape. This landscape gains meaning when the words are followed by actions (verbs). The cold lonely words warm up by taking place in the experience of a human being: the smiles you'll break / a friend you've lost / the blue ¬ you're in / the sky ¬ you've seen.

The music in a way follows the same flow, starting from a minimal harmony note and gradually transforming into a rich one. In the beginning and in the end there is an arpeggiator made of voices that sound like a multitude of people - a multitude of experiences and feelings, but you can't get what they are saying because they're too many. In the chorus of the song there is a kind of ‘conscience voice’ saying that what you are seeing is all wrong and you have got to go deeper and watch things from other points of view."

'VanillaCola' arrives as a single with three mixes, Vanillacola Re-Bottled, scheduled for release on 31st July via Monotreme Records.