Rebecca & Fiona are back–this time wielding a soulful dance hit that will carry listeners away like a roaring rip tide. The first single to be released from their second album (scheduled for debut later this year), “Taken Over” is an incredibly solid effort from the Swedish duo and undoubtedly promises to put them on other DJs’ watchlists for the remainder of 2013. Featuring strokes of genius from fellow countryman Style of Eye, this powerful mix from the double platinum artists exudes a literal smorgasbord of electrifying sounds that ranges from explosive synths to thundering lasers. This is an undeniably big release for Rebecca & Fiona and one that is sure to catapult the blonde bombshells further into stardom than ever before. Check out the official video and purchase below.
Rebecca & Fiona have been on the rise since collaborating with Kaskade, and have released a music video for, “Dance,” the latest single from their brand new album I Love You Man. “Dance” pays testament to what the duo is all about and the light, indie-dance sound reflected on their US debut album. The twosome bring their feel-good style — that was so popular in overseas — to the states, including the Sweden triple-platinum single “Bullets.” Head to iTunes today for I Love You Man and find the track list below the break.
Fresh off the announcement of their upcoming North American tour, Rebecca & Fiona have released the music video for their track “Dance.” The track itself is a slow tempo & chilled track with not too much going on in it. On the bright side, the low-keyness of the backing means that their beautiful vocals are really brought to the forefront. The music video is fairly trippy and features male model types wearing creepy old man masks. We’re not really sure how to interpret this, but have a look for yourself and enjoy the music!
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An investigation by Dancing Astronaut has revealed that the Swedish government knowingly injects the country’s water supply with the chemical “Swedepop.” The chemical, which is produced in Sweden’s sparsely populated countryside, gives certain Swedes the ability to make music that achieves remarkable success in the United States — the target of this nefarious scheme. The program has been helped by high-profile American artists who willingly collaborate with the Swedes — most recently Kaskade. (more…)Posted by
“Turn It Down“, “Boy“, and “Bullets” have been a few of the big releases that Rebecca & Fiona have been a part of. Their soft melodic voice is perfect for the progressive producers to craft into dancefloor destroyers. Denzal Park’s specialty is adding their uplifting synths and making tunes even more ‘big room’ than they already are. You can see this in their previous release “Militia,” which created some serious waves of excitement when it hit the box office on August 26th. Let’s cut to the chase – both duo’s are headed towards tons of shows and even more money.
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