Tripolism Deliver ‘Soultrain’ Featuring Nandu and Radeckt

The fresh track features fellow Copenhagen artists Nandu and Radeckt, with whom the group enjoyed huge success on their single ‘Dope Dance.’

If the last six months are anything to go by, Danish outfit Tripolism looks to be on a fast track to the upper echelons of dance music. Following the resounding success of their previous three singles ‘Dope Dance,’ ‘Luna Love,’ and ‘Whatever We Call It,’ the Scandinavian triptych now continues its rich vein of form under esteemed electronic music house, Ultra Records, unveiling their brand new single ‘Soultrain’ alongside fellow Danes and ‘Dope Dance’ collaborators – Nandu and Radeckt. 

The collaborative success of Copenhagen’s most exciting musical clique – Tripolism, Nandu and Radeckt – was tried and tested on ‘Dope Dance’ last year, which subsequently earned a place in Pete Tong’s Top 5 Essential New Tunes of 2023. With this brand new record already looking set to follow in its famous footsteps, Tripolism, Nandu and Radeckt aim to bring forth yet more unique Scandinavian influence to house music’s Chicagoan roots. 

Tripolism, Nandu and Radeckt – ‘Soultrain’

Speaking about the single, Tripolism commented: “In case you haven’t caught on yet, Soultrain is like the cool cousin of Dope Dance. We had a blast creating Dope Dance with Nandu and Radeckt, and the good vibes were so infectious that we thought, “Why not do it again?”

Out now, ‘Soultrain’ serves up three minutes of unequivocally cool synth patterns, groove-inducing rhythms and nostalgic electronica as Tripolism enchants listeners with their instantly recognizable sound palette and playful melodic flair.

Bolstered by its unmistakable vocal line, the record’s throbbing basslines and shimmering synthesizers make for an infectious listening experience and provide a bona fide taste of an upcoming run of new music that looks set to soundtrack the summer. 

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