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Kaskade & Project 46 Fuse Talents With ‘Chains’

Kaskade and Project 46 unite once more for the incredible production that is ‘Chains’. After collaborating on 2014 anthem ‘Last Chance’, the trio come together for Project 46’s third release since coming back from a four year break.

‘Chains’ results in a cathartic sonic journey through the myriad of emotions that are so prevalent in our lives today. It begins with angelic vocals crooning the line “Running out of ways to run away, I cover it up, but I can’t escape,” setting the stage for a progression of gentle melodies and rolling basslines into a bouncy, big-room influenced climax. ‘Chains’ pulls at the heartstrings of anyone who has felt trapped or restrained in life, either by others or themselves. By the time the track’s drop comes, it’s as if the chains themselves have been released, and the weight has been lifted.

With all three new Project 46 releases having the same artwork, it begs the question – will we see an EP or album from the Canadian duo? They’ve certainly had time off to work on one!


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