After such success with his remix to “Somebody I Used to Know,” David Berrie is back again with his first original release. “Voices” is a progressive house track looking to break into an overpopulated world, and early support from big names like Fedde Le Grand means that it could be poised to do big things. The light build is complemented by a drop that is quite euphoric, followed by an uplifting piano melody that sort of reminds us of “Save the World.” This track isn’t a game changer but another solid offering from the New York-based Berrie continuing to prove himself.
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