Today’s pick is Won’t Forget You By SHOUSE. Listen now!
With their latest love anthem, the modern house architects have condensed flourishing verses, a life-seizing chorus and a powerful saxophone line all into a 4/4 groove. The 50 person choir, accompanied by a slap up bass, adds a lot of energy to the track. ‘Won’t Forget You’ shows that they are adept at orchestral house music, and have made a significant impact with their new style.
“Won’t Forget You is a song about friendship and love. It’s about the bonds that last forever. The people who are so important to us have endured a period of disconnection, but they will never be forgotten. This song is for your best friends, for family living far away, for that new friend on the dance floor. It’s the song that reminds us of those we love. It’s a song to sing together.“
Sweeping the globe in 2021, SHOUSE consists of Ed and Jack, a couple of friends who enjoy making weirdo-house and the occasional anthem together. The band’s live sets consist of a network of analogue synthesizers, sequencers, and drum machines. Their track ‘Love Tonight’ put them on the global map play-by-play and stream-by-stream. They want to turn every night into a chance to dance and every evening into a strange and wonderful experience. Their next project will be a new album and singles for mid-2022, followed by a European summer sunset festival circuit featuring local musicians from all over the continent.
Until then, forget about everything and listen to the track as days go by.
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