Steve Angello’s track “Yeah” has been in the works for quite a while now, and according to him, “it’s finally time to let it go, and put it out there.” After receiving a world debut on Pete Tong’s Essential Selection, we’ve learned that it will be released on September 29th as the 92nd release on Steve’s own Size Records. The song is pure anthemic house, using big synths, powerful drums, and an infectious hook that you will inevitably be fist-pumping to very soon. It actually has a similar vibe to a Nari and Milani offering, and if you ask us, it sounds like the perfect replacement for “Atom.” Stay tuned for the full release in just a few weeks, but listen to the preview for yourself in the comments.
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