Third Party release ‘Come With Me’ ahead of new album
Fresh from their sell-out ADE party, hugely popular UK duo Third Party have unveiled their massive new single ‘Come With Me’ on Release Records. A euphoric production which perfectly encapsulates the seismic progressive sound the pair have become famed for, the single premiered earlier this week on Billboard.
Packed with a moody vocal, Third Party’s ‘Come With Me’ flaunts a huge festival-ready drop and emotive hands-in-the-air hook, spreading the message that music is the ultimate healer for all via the track’s poignant lyrics, “No one has to be alone” and “If it gets colder, I will help you find the light.”
Set for release on the duo’s Release Records label, with ‘Come With Me’ the imprint celebrates its quarter century production. Widely acknowledged for high-tempo, club-ready anthems, the label has previously housed major anthems from the likes of Sentinel, Matt Nash, David Pietras and many more.
Third Party (Jonnie Macaire and Harry Bass) recently aired ‘Come With Me’ to a rapturous reception in their set at Manchester’s Don’t Let Daddy Know event, proving 2018 is yet another groundbreaking year for the British combo, who are currently working on their forthcoming sophomore studio album.
With 2017’s debut album, ‘HOPE’ clocking up over 50 million streams and spawning several iconic productions including ‘Live Forever’, ‘Everyday of My Life’ and the Martin Garrix collaboration ‘Lions In The Wild’, Third Party have enjoyed more success this year with hits ‘Free’ and ‘Midnight’ and sets across several of the world’s biggest festivals and clubs, including Creamfields, Ministry of Sound London and Liverpool Olympia. The pair debuted their sold-out LIIIVE show at the latter back in April, before unveiling it to the rest of the world during a very special set at Ultra Korea 2018 in front of thousands.
Gaining widespread plaudits across the board on account of their thunderous live shows and sizzling studio productions, ‘Come With Me’ drops worldwide on November 9th and should only further cement their status as one of the most electrifying young acts coming up through the ranks of world dance music.