Listen to Skeleten’s ghostly new single ‘Biting Stone’

The Fishing member returns with an ethereal late-night cut

Sydney producer Skeleten – aka Fishing member Russell Fitzgibbons – has shared a new single titled ‘Biting Stone’.

It’s the second track the electronic artist has shared under the moniker thus far. He introduced the project back in August with the single ‘Mirrored’, coinciding with the news he’d signed with Sydney label Astral People.

As with the previous single, Fitzgibbon’s latest was crafted over the course of relaxed, late-night sessions between other work. That approach is reflected in the music – ‘Biting Stone’ circles around spacious, ethereal synths and the producer’s own ghostly croon.

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Listen to the new track, alongside a visualiser made by Fitzgibbons himself, below:

“I was thinking about how important it is to do things that aren’t necessarily good for you but deepen your world,” Fitzgibbon explained in a statement.

“Like the vibe of never leaving the party because you want another moment. I feel like it’s hard to experience transcendence if you’re too focused on your ideal self.”

Earlier this year, Fishing – who Fitzgibbons performs in alongside Doug Wright – returned with the song ‘Good Spirits (In All My Things)’.

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The track, which featured vocals by Cloud Control‘s Alister Wright, marked the duo’s first new music in three years, following 2017 EP ‘Pleasure Dome’.

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