Following a year of anticipation, and the success of “Calling” and “Years,” Alesso’s “Clash” will finally see the light of day. The young Swede offers his darker side on his next production, pushing his anthemic house in a gritty direction, powered by powerful riffs and a dynamic bassline. All the while, Alesso maintains his signature melodic undertones while delivering his heaviest effort to date. “Clash” is set to be released Monday, December 10th via Sebastian Ingrosso’s Refune Records.
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