Revealed regular Dannic is no stranger to collaboration, previously releasing enormous tracks on the label with the likes of Bright Lights, Lucky Date, and of course Hardwell himself. Now he’s jumped back in the studio with fellow Dutch duo Sick Individuals, a partnership that previously delivered stellar results back in 2013 with their Beatport #1 smash hit ‘Blueprint’. Their new track ‘Feel Your Love’ aims to repeat that success and it’s clear from the first listen that it certainly has the potential.
Dannic and Sick Individuals represent the cream of the current crop of Dutch house artists, with both acts experiencing a level of unprecedented success after a string of exquisite releases. Sick Individuals have cemented themselves as vital names in the genre with their official remixes for globally revered stars such as Rihanna, Icona Pop, David Guetta, Madonna, Avicii and Axwell, alongside their own stellar productions, and not to mention their standout performances this summer on Revealed stages at the likes of Tomorrowland, TomorrowWorld, and Ushuaia Ibiza. Meanwhile, Dannic has seen his career go stratospheric after lengthy worldwide tours that included a residency at the prestigious Las Vegas club ‘The Light’ and headline sets at Ushuaia and Tomorrowland.
‘Feel Your Love’ is all about vocal samples, chopped and pitched for a quirky and instantly catchy hook that gets stuck in your head and is more than welcome to stay. Backing them up is a cool ‘90s-esque piano riff and break-beat, a throwback to the rave era that should get the nostalgia flowing nicely. ‘Feel Your Love’ soon morphs into a certified mainstage anthem, complete with a monstrously huge central melody, a stomping build, and a bouncy, techy drop that will undoubtedly get your feet moving. It’s a fine example of the trio’s ability to combine solid dancefloor friendly production, with endlessly catchy songwriting and relentless feel-good energy. ‘Feel Your Love’ is available worldwide now, so make sure you grab your copy of what promises to be another smash hit.