Size Records and its progressive masterminds are continuing their blazing hot streak with the upcoming release of Steve Angello’s Third Party collaboration. “Lights” is the epitome of anthemic house, boasting powerful builds and big room synths while embodying signature progression. Steve’s influence is apparent with the relative sounds from “Yeah” and Third Party’s contribution is comparable to their festival friendly “Thank You.” We’ve heard this track work wonders on massive crowds from Jonnie and Harry at Size in the Park and Steve at EDC NY, and it will finally make its Beatport release on October 26th.
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