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    TRINIX – Blind Love


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    TRINIX are a French duo that have been featured in the past and now they have returned with something special. Winter is approaching, and their latest title “Blind Love” is perfectly chilled out for the season. The execution from these boys is always on point, so as usual, they delivered tip-top quality music.

    Enjoy this calm, yet cheerful combination of soothing sounds. Classic melodic structure and tempo flow together with the unique vocal chops. The catching piano chords and acoustic guitar are what set the tone, making this song a dreamy charmer.

    Make sure to follow TRINIX on Youtube and Spotify.

    This article was first published on Your EDM.
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