DJ Fluke Debuts on Generation Smash With Scarlett Team Up ‘See The World Again’

Melbourne’s DJ Fluke has collided with Scarlett for his brand new release ‘See The World Again’. The record lands on Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike’s Smash The House imprint, out now on all platforms!

Beginning with a few seconds of melody, ‘See The World Again’ wastes no time in introducing a strong, female topline to the ears of the eager listener that weaves around a rising, key-driven rhythm. Suddenly swelling, bolstered by drum beats for a force of power, the positively charged vocal reminds us to “just keep hanging on” in these uncertain times and as a glitched out, energetic dose of house flirts between the genteel and the fortified, it delivers in an overspill of crowd-pleasing, big-room vigour.

As emphasised by the title; ‘See The World Again’, the track is especially relatable in the current climate. Swedish singer/songwriter Scarlett instantly fell in love with the idea when Fluke pitched it to her for vocals. Initially only meant to be a demo vocal, everyone involved including the label adored her vocal work, resulting in her becoming the final vocalist.  

With out of this world vocals from Scarlett, they combine with the lush instrumental that Fluke brings with ‘See The World Again’. With a mesmerizing collection of melodies and a highly energetic climax; Fluke is further solidifying himself as an act to watch coming out of Australia.

“I concepted and wrote this song after being in isolation for a few weeks.” – Fluke on ‘See The World Again’, “The song is a very emotional driven song talking about the feelings that everyone has been going through with the current situation and also reminding everyone of the feelings that we are going to have when we can finally travel and “See the world again”. The song is intended to give you that feeling of hope and happiness and reassuring everyone that the feelings we have right now are normal.”

DJ Fluke has multiple massive records in the works, shopping around some of dance music’s biggest labels. The second half of 2020 is definitely looking exciting for the Australian artist.

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