Oliver Heldens and Tchami team up with Anabel Englund on deep vocal hit ‘LOW’


MUMBAI: Emerging just in time to set the soundtrack to thousands of sultry summer moments, Oliver Heldens and Tchami’s highly anticipated collab “LOW” is finally available on all streaming platforms. Featuring one of Heldens favorite hit singers, Anabel Englund, it’s a slice of magic from three great minds.

“LOW” sees Oliver Heldens and Tchami heading into deeper atmospheric house territory, with a beautiful vocal at its center. An unassuming intro showcasing a percussive house/tech groove leads us to heart-pounding bass beats, and soon to a mystical breakdown where the vocals emerge in all their sultry glory. The infectious hook of the chorus drops as the lovely synths are sucked into the ether and the bass returns with its weight contrasting with the lightness of the vocals. Subtle synths return to the mix as breathless vocal harmonies glide to the top. More extensive ventilation illuminates the beautiful topline even more, allowing for maximum impact on the final fall.

Heldens has been as busy as ever lately, releasing Nile Rodgers and House Gospel Choir’s huge collaboration ‘I Was Made For Lovin’ You’, reaching number 1 on US Dance Radio with his previous smash Anabel Englund with ‘Deja Vu’ , and remixing Adam Beyer’s monstrous “Restore My Soul” under his techno alias HI-LO. With a packed schedule of summer festivals and big hits ahead of him, he’s never short of new tunes to delight the crowds, and ‘LOW’ is another great addition to his arsenal.

Fresh off a busy start to the festival season, with appearances at Coachella, Ultra, EDC Las Vegas, Creamfields Chile, and more, Tchami’s latest album, “The Calling,” a collaboration with Marten Hørger, has impressed dancefloors around the world. Just before that, he released a vibrant remix for ‘Say Nothing feat. MAYA’. With many festivals and headline shows planned for the coming months, Tchami is looking forward to a very prolific and busy summer.


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