Up and coming Australian Producer Anthony Maniscalco, known better as Hook N Sling, has just released his newest single “Surrender”, a promising big room tune. Melodic in every sense of the word, “Surrender” transitions catchy piano keys into uplifting synths beautifully, delivering that quintessential progressive build up. Cementing the track’s drop are powerful vocals from Jon Hume, lead singer of Evermore. The fellow countryman’s indie rock background gives the obvious house tune a more edger feel. Something we’ve seen work well as of late, think Dirty South and Those Unusual Suspects or Alesso and Keane. Up next for Hook N Sling is another collaboration with the Nervo girls, stay tuned for that one!
Hook N Sling feat. Evermore – Surrender (Original Mix)
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