Tiesto & Oliver Heldens Announce New Single ‘The Right Song’ ft Natalie La Rose // Out 22nd January

Following a hugely successful 2015 for both artists, Grammy award winning icon and super producer Oliver Heldens have announced their new, collaborative single ‘The Right Song’ ft. Natalie La Rose ahead of its release on January 22nd. The duo first became acquainted in 2013 as a result of the release of Heldens’ debut UK #1 single ‘Gecko (Overdrive)’ on ’s record label, Musical Freedom. Since then, both artists have continued releasing hits and go into 2016 as two of the world’s leading – and most in-demand – dance music artists.

‘The Right Song’, a purring, explosive club anthem born out of the phenomenal success of the instrumental version of the song which is called ‘Wombass’, is defined by Tiësto’s signature, euphoric melodies and Heldens’ darker, futuristic bass tones. The track continues to push crossover dance music into new and exciting territory with the addition of La Rose, the powerhouse vocalist that helped make Jeremih’s single, “Somebody,” one of 2015’s biggest hits. On ‘The Right Song’ Tiësto and Heldens production is perfectly complimented by her blistering vocals and infections hook, setting this track up to be one of the key dance records of 2016.

Tiësto and Heldens will be releasing an official video for the track, also due for release on January 22nd. The video explores the transformative/escapist qualities of music, as a downtrodden office cleaner is overcome by dance and lets her imagination run free whilst listening to ‘The Right Song.’ Tapping into the weird and wonderful dance sequences in such films as Footloose and The Coen brothers’ 1998 classic, The Big Lebowski, the video offers a glimpse into the cleaner’s life as she deals with the aftermath of a wild office party.

‘The Right Song’ is released via Musical Freedom / on 22nd January.

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