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Two Can Goes “Under My Skin” ft. Kyan Palmer

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Scripting his newest piece of finely-tweaked music, Melbourne native Two Can has graced the airwaves with “Under My Skin” featuring Kyan Palmer. 

Leading on absolutely refreshing notes, the track is built with a myriad of elements. Most notably it boasts that undeniable cinematic rhythm at its core. Hinting at small tones of the desirable eighties synth pattern of the moment, “Under My Skin” is cooked up with a bunch of flavors from electronic, to indie, and to pop. Kyan Palmer’s vocals breeze across this tune like the wind. His staccato-led melodies swirl into a carefree and simply sensor-pleasing fashion. 

“Under My Skin is an uplifting indie piece, with zesty hooks and positive analogue sauce, Under My Skin is a feel-good jam that will get anyone tapping their foot.” – Two Can

Two Can’s repertoire of both musical productions and vast touring are what make him stand out currently. His originals like “Holding On To You” featuring Savoi and “Outta Here” marked two impressive turning points for Myles (Two Can). In 2018, he signed with Warner Music for his debut single “Got Habits” which shot support from A-list names including The Chainsmokers, Martin Garrix, and Oliver Heldens. Jumping over to touring, Two Can played across Australia and international shores. He’s performed at events like Groovin The Moo, Your Paradise, and EMC Play. Myles also sprung support slots for superstars Dua Lipa and Bebe Rexha. 

Bringing it to today, Myles has been living in LA for only a short while. In a small amount of time, he has managed to work his way into the studio with GRAMMY-winning producers like Robert Cutarella, Randy Urbanski and worked with top industry individuals like LA Reid and Capitol Records executives just within 5 months of living here.

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