Simon Field Strikes Gold With ‘Shake The Tree’ On Perfect Havoc

Acclaimed Norwegian producer Simon Field, known for crafting high quality sounds on his analogue gear returns on the new single ‘Shake The Tree’ through Perfect Havoc. The new single follows previous releases on the imprint such as ‘Wildfire’ which was widely supported including Mistajam (BBC Radio 1), as well as Joel Corry, The Dixon Brothers and Apres on KISS FM.

Across Simon’s releases La La La (Discowax) Broken Wings (Universal Music), Fade (Tipsy) he’s reached more than the entire population of Australia with 30 Million streams on Spotify alone. Meanwhile he’s officially remixed legends such as Erick Morillo, Nina Simone and Kelis.

Simon’s music and remixes have been supported by artists such as Tiesto, Hardwell as well as previous radio networks Kiss and NRJ in Norway. Simon’s production and writing draws in influences from early house, soul and funk to recent deep house drawing influences from artists such as Disclosure and ZHU.

“Shake The Tree is taking a deep dive into a Norwegian forest where normal things appear strange in the light shining through the tress. I wanted to take the listener on a journey and make them feel like they were inside the forest”.

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