Coming off the release of “Yeah” earlier this month, Steve Angello builds upon Size Records’ domination with a collaboration from within his own camp. Teaming up with Third Party, “Lights” is an anthemic banger that comes in tremendous volumes. Steve’s revamped sounds from the 2012 version of “Yeah” collides with Third Party’s mastered big room sound — most similarly to what we’ve heard on “Thank You” — for what is due to become an instant chart-topper. Tested and proven at the likes of Size in the Park and EDC NY, “Lights” is a unanimous festival-favorite, so head over to Beatport and claim it for yourself today.
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