Benji Lewis captures that Summer feeling in ‘Polaroids’ ft Inbar Lavi

Aussie artist Benji Lewis is back and this time he teams up with Inbar Lavi to bring us his new sun soaked single ‘Polaroids’. Light, laid back and airy, ‘Polaroids’ encapsulates that Summer feeling of heat, relaxation and endless possibilities.

Dusted with soft electronics, synths and gently pulsating beats both Benji’s & Inbar Lavi’s vocals dance weightless in and amongst the smooth tones. The perfect tune to throw on for a sunset drive, pool party, beach day or BBQ warm up, Benji’s outdone himself with this glowy and romantic song of the season.

Check it out below:

“I started talking to Inbar about a year ago now. I already knew of her by her role in a series that I was really into called “Imposters”, and when she told me she really connected with one of my songs (‘Drift’)and would love to try creating something in that similar vibe together, I was definitely curious to say the least. Before going into the virtual session, Inbar and I had a really great chat about our shared love of the beach and spending time out in the sunshine enjoying good times and creating new lasting memories with the people most special to us. This certainly helped with the direction of the song. We also had two other people in the session with us, Julian Feifel who got us all moving with the instrumental base, and a songwriter called Rynn Kempthorn who really helped with forming the overall story, as well as bouncing melody ideas back & forthwith myself.Listening to the song makes me smile and want to jump around. I hope it can brighten up your days and be part of your special sunny moments and memories.”– Benji Lewis

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