Your EDM Premiere: VCATION – When We Were Gold

Having made their debut this previous July with “Lay Low,” John Martin & Michel Zitron are actually VCATION. The star duo make their return now with “When We Were Gold,” presenting an identical however completely different vibe that showcases their versatility as vocalists.

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“When We Were Gold” is a couple of story outdated as time, the gap between two lovers and the time they as soon as had. The bouncy home rhythm enhances the 2’s voices which have already been featured on a variety of #1 home hits.

“‘When We Were Gold’ is sort of a postcard from outdated occasions. It’s nostalgic. You know the way outdated recollections typically fade, till solely the shimmer is what’s left? That’s what we wished to seize,” the duo says.

They proceed, “The track – which truly was written on a grand piano in a big empty live performance corridor – is impressed by late 90’s and early 00’s sounds, acts like Faithless. We wished to embody that nostalgic vibe with trance-like influences and an lively dance environment.”

Check out their new single under earlier than it’s out tomorrow! Save it on Spotify now right here.

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