Protoje – Hills

Proteje Hills
Proteje Hills

Protoje has just released a new single, “Hills,” which is the first single off his followup to 2020’s great In Search Of Lost Time, due this summer via RCA and Protoje’s own In.Digg.Nation Collective. 

Protoje says, “This song narrates what the last two years have been like for me, living in the mountains while the world was on lockdown. Connecting with the simplicity that exists here and being inspired with what I see surrounding me. With the release of this single it’s like: I’ve been away for a little while, but here’s what I’ve been up to.” Watch the Samo-directed video below.

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