Acclaimed producer Whethan continues his collaborative vision, recruiting Canadian pop singer/songwriter, bülow for his latest single 'So Good'. The dreamy track juxtaposes Whethan's effortlessly cool, alt-electronic, sophisticated production along with bülow's captivating vocals. 'So Good (ft. bülow)' marks the latest release from Whethan's forthcoming debut album, FANTASY.
"I've wanted to work with bülow for a while now," Whethan shares. "She's an amazing artist and on top of that we were able to write a song together that I think everyone that has gone through any sort of heartbreak can relate to. It ended up being one of my favourite songs off the album if you want to go hard."
"You know when you're in the depths of trying to get over someone - can't function properly, eat, or sleep - and the only thing that'll help you move on is the distraction of someone new," bülow says. "That's what this song is about."
Whethan has racked up over 800 million streams and has been churning out banger after banger, including acclaimed singles 'Upside Down (feat. GROUPLOVE)', 'All In My Head (feat. grandson)' and 'Stay Forever (feat. STRFKR)'. Each track is featured on Whethan's forthcoming debut album and have been met with widespread critical acclaim with SPIN labelling 'Stay Forever (feat. STRFKR)' a "dreamy guitar-driven collab". The track also arrived alongside a futuristic, TRON-inspired companion video.
Hailed by Atwood Magazine as "a continuously-developing musical identity that shines by elevating the very best traits of his collaborators," Whethan has quickly become one of electronic dance music's most in-demand artists, spanning superstar collaborations, blockbuster remixes, and his own extraordinary solo output. The 20-year-old has unleashed a steady stream of viral smashes, making history as the youngest ever artist on Australia's hugely influential Future Classics label while also gathering famous fans including EDM icon Skrillex.
Whethan recently collaborated with genre-defying sensation Oliver Tree on his singles 'Cash Machine' and 'Let Me Down'. The long awaited release of Whethan's debut EP, Life of a Wallflower Vol. 1, included collaborations with HONNE, Bipolar Sunshine, Oh Wonder, and Broods, among others. The EP earned widespread critical applause, with Billboard raving, "The whole collection of songs plays perfectly into Whethan's pastel-colored sonic palette. It's soft as petals falling in the breeze, but just as bright and intoxicating as cherry blossom perfume. His super-clean production makes even rough-edged noise sound cute. Really, it's just freakin' fun."
As if that weren't enough, Whethan has released a range of remixes – including his most recent rework of Foster the People's 'Pumped Up Kicks', as well as Travis Scott x Skrillex's 'SICKO MODE' and Post Malone x Justin Bieber's 'Deja Vu' – along with such major league partnerships as frequent collaborator Oliver Tree's 'Movement' (featured in Apple's iPhone X commercial campaign and weekly on Monday Night Football) and Wafia's acclaimed 'Hurts (feat. Louis the Child & Whethan)'.
In addition to his recorded work, Whethan has lit up crowds at countless clubs and top festivals, including Field Day, Origin Fields, Listen Out locally, and internationally at Coachella, Lollapalooza, Billboard Hot 100 Music Festival, Outside Lands, SXSW, and Electric Daisy Carnival, to name but a few. Recent highlights include a sold-out co-headline show at Morrison, CO's iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre and a headline performance at MTV's year-ending Snowglobe Music Festival in South Lake Tahoe, CA as well as a massive New Years Eve performance at Decadence Festival in Colorado.