Following a flawless run of bubbly electronic pop singles over the latter half of 2016, Dutch duo Klyne are back with another immediately enjoyable single, "Water Flow." One of the very first songs the childhood friends wrote after reconnecting in their early twenties, the song appropriately makes use of an instrument from their earliest years.

“The sound of the Rhodes piano chords throughout the whole song is from an old keyboard I've had since I was a little kid," producer Ferdous Dehzad explains. "It sounds so shallow and muffled, but I think it fits into the track perfectly. We've been playing this song since the beginning of our live shows, and we're super happy to finally be able to share it.”

Possessing an easy-going quality built on the back of pattering percussion and watery synths, Nick Klein's calming vocals drift over Dehzad's production for a nice, soothing listen. Check it out below.