Trilane ft. Tom Noah – Never Forget (Nicky Romero Edit)
Trilane is a Swedish duo that has made a name for themselves with their iconic progressive house sound, and “Never Forget” holds true to the tradition. “Never Forget” receives an energetic edit by Protocol label head Nicky Romero himself for the imprint’s latest release. Founded by Nicky Romero, Protocol Recordings is one of the leading imprints for innovative house music; it boasts a roster of heavy-hitters complemented with immensely talented up-and-comers, all with a diverse range of sounds that are guaranteed to light up a dance floor. Trilane is the duo behind Protocol tracks “Miss Out,” “Hot For U,” “Bittersweet,” “Still Think Of You” and “Believe.” With their string of releases on Protocol over the last 2 years, Trilane have become the label’s veterans. They have also released on Revealed Recordings and Wall Recordings. With the unwavering support of Romero himself and other high-profile artists. Now the two are releasing “Never Forget,” so sit back and let Trilane and Romero send you on a journey that will inspire and let your body move.
“Never Forget” edited by Romero has a driving pulse that builds in waves. The synths are just as energetic as Tom Noah’s singing the heartfelt lyrics about fond memories and old loves. The pulse is developed through full bass lines and bouncy drums. The sounds of electronica float in and out and of course the track’s drop adds a dance-worthy element that is bound to get the party hoppin’. The progressive house style is presented with excellent balance and production. “Never Forget” is another fine example of why this collaboration is something special and built the progressive house style to a supreme head in the crowded field of electronic music.
“Never Forget,” features what is best about progressive house. First-rate production, creative drop and outstanding singing add up to an enjoyable track throughout! Get ready to blast off on all burners.
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Trilane ft. Tom Noah
Never Forget (Nicky Romero Edit)
September 27, 2019