A few months ago Chris Lake revealed “Build Up,” the first single to his forthcoming album on Ultra Records. The progressive track had a hypnotizing essence that really latched on to you. To follow up, Lake joined forces with Sweden’s John Dahlback to bring us a melodically-infused electro track that will change a crowd of composed dancers into raging barbarians. As if we expected anything less – a pairing of this magnitude looks as good on paper as it will sound through your speakers.
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