I’ve been a fan of The Polish Ambassador for a while now, but I haven’t really heard much of his music, if I’m being 100% honest. The part of TPA that I’m most fond of and that I admire truly is his spirit. He exudes a level of calm serenity and creativity that I’ve found hard to locate in others. Though I’ll admit, once I really became a fan of his, I began to listen to the music. And so I was extremely honored when a couple months ago, TPA hit me up and asked if Your EDM would like to help with his forthcoming album, Dreaming Of An Old Tomorrow. I said, “Of course!” and here we are, premiering his track “Center For Kids Who Can’t Dance Good.”

A simple bassline and kick give way to a raucous combination of melody and rhythm, blending TPA’s characteristic flair for the foreign flavors of music with a sort of modern electronic twist. The song is devoid of any kind of traditional “drop” sequence as the melody and rhythm repeat in a hypnotic pattern throughout the course of the song.

Dreaming Of An Old Tomorrow is out on April 15, you can pre-order the album here.