Blasterjaxx now presents new single ‘Never Be Lonely’. Featuring Envy Monroe, it’s a record that perfectly blends the duo’s uplifting energy and knack for warm melodics with inviting vocal house elements. It’s a festival anthem in the making, out now on Maxximize.
Already announced as perhaps the biggest project in their career, Blasterjaxx is set to impress with its upcoming album. The guys will present a wide range of their abilities, from familiar club tunes to more experimental sounds.
With ‘Never Be Lonely’, the duo expands its sounds once again. Laying down a steady beat, the record is determined by warm synth chords and the undeniably beautiful vocals of Swedish singer Envy Monroe. Building tension with sweet, pulsating rhythms, her efforts immediately take things sky high, enhanced by strong pop hooks and a drop that’s got the Blasterjaxx trademark all over it. This time though, the guys keep things warm and compelling, as their synth chords stay dependent on the beauty of the song.
The result is an emotional piece of dance music, the perfect continuation of earlier album singles ‘Super Friends’ and ‘Children Of Today’ – paving the way for the next tracks coming out soon.
“What do long summernights, holiday love, broken hearts and nostalgic feelings all have in common? Exactly they’re all party of our new track ‘Never Be Lonely’. As you turn up the volume it almost feels like those summers every person can relate too.” – Blasterjaxx
‘Never Be Lonely’ is the third single of Blasterjaxx’ debut album ‘Perspective’, up for release in July. The duo is known for producing strong, energetic dance tracks, featuring epic melodies, huge drops and touching vocals – assets you will all find on this much anticipated album, and were already showcased with earlier singles ‘Super Friends’ and ‘. On the other hand the guys will also present another, more experimental side of themselves, moving from dark to sensitive tunes, showcasing their emotions in various sounds.
Blasterjaxx has been around for a while already – and quite intensely, we might add. Teaming up about nine years ago, Thom Jongkind (29) and Idir Makhlaf (27) even lived together for a while in Thom’s Den Haag appartment, as they already spent all their time in Thom’s home studio. Producing music together 24/7, the guys became true friends, came up with their own sound and became successful on a global scale. This eventually resulted in high profile performances at events like Ultra Miami, Tomorrowland, EDC Las Vegas and Parookaville. In a fast paced dance scene, both guys still treasure their friendship as the basis for all this success – making the release of their debut album the more special.