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London-based Wolf Krew have revealed their first and landmark official release ‘Heart on Fire’, out now on Copenhagen-based label disco:wax. Featuring a floating topline from UK-based vocalist Rebecca King complementing Wolf Krew’s 90s influenced production style, ‘Heart on Fire’ proves an exemplary debut release and is out now via all digital retailers.
Bringing Scandinavian simplicity to a fusion of indie dance and classic house whilst retaining a state of the art production standard is no mean feat. ‘Heart on Fire’ thus touches on both the nostalgic and the contemporary with its definitively catchy and polished style.
With a mesmeric chorus and finely tuned vocal detailing throughout, ‘Heart on Fire’ is set to take the airwaves by storm.
Remixes on the track come from both Wolf Krew and UK tech house king D Ramirez, who has stripped back the original and focused on a percussion based groove, adding classic acid elements to rival any nostalgia-tinged underground anthem.
Wolf Krew’s own remix demonstrates their versatility with a bouncing bassline that indicates their innate ability to combine genres, giving us an exciting insight into what they may have in store next.
Wolf Krew’s unofficial remixes for the likes of Hozier, The Weekend, Snow Patrol, Duke Dumont and The Disciples have gained popularity across various music platforms with huge support from the likes of Don Diablo, EDX, Cedric Gervais, Moguai, and Amine Edge & Dance to name a few.
As well as gaining radio plays on Capital Radio and Kiss FM in the UK and Slam FM in Holland, and with several forthcoming releases in the pipeline, Wolf Krew are looking at a breakout year in 2016.