Here’s the new single from Vancouver’s HUMANS. ‘Going Late’, combines minimalist beats, sensual vocals and reggae-infused guitar melodies to create a track that is as laid-back and smooth as it is vibrant and danceable. Mid-track, HUMANS take the pace all the way down, cutting back on the already minimal sound design, only to build it back up again, this time getting straight to the juicy funk-infused guitar riffs and dreamy vocal refrain, while adding fresh bass cuts and dance elements. ‘Going Late’ is nine minutes of sensual minimalist groove bliss that’ll leave you wanting to slide smoothly onto a low-lit dance-floor. The video for the track wholly reflects this mood, following a group of friends as they bounce around the city in slick matching jackets, prompting dance-offs with strangers and exuding camaraderie. Directed by Peter of HUMANS himself, the video is an aesthetic triumph of neon blues, greens and reds against a nighttime cityscape, capturing both the cold neon of the setting and the warm connections of friendship, all with the retro edge of a vintage 1970s film.