With a light, airy muddled Daft Punk canter, Erich Mrak’s latest single is a summer banger for the ages. Give “Girls” a listen below and see for yourself!

I love the melody and murky atmosphere that Mrak puts together here, introspective but without a doubt insanely danceable. The guitar work is incendiary, griddled between smooth chords and a heavily-emotive bass.

It’s a club song as much as it is a track that could be featured in an upcoming Coca Cola commercial.

Initially “Girls” was titled “Boys” and eantered around the dynamic of a close female friend of mine going through heartbreak. While the context of “Girls” centres around a recent heartbreak, the core message of the song lies in the supportive dynamic friendship plays in encouraging someone they can do better.

The Toronto-based songwriter brings more than the heat here. With scalding guitar and vocal harmonies, this song has quickly become my favorite summer single I’ve heard so far this year. The song has fun reverberated mellow vibes as well as an important message for who ever chooses to listen.

If you’re a fan of fresh summer singles as well as early Post Malone, give this guy a listen as soon as you can.