WiDE AWAKE Return With New Single “Holding On” Featuring Luke Burr

UK production duo WiDE AWAKE have time and time again proved their ability to deliver infectiously catchy electronic weapons that delight the masses. Following on from their latest jam with Crissy Criss, BBC Radio 1’s Track of the weekend, “Real”, we’re excited to present to you their next installment, “Holding On” featuring Luke Burr, set for release worldwide on Friday. This new weapon is primed to heat up the airwaves in no time.

The production is big and epic, built around captivating melodies and wavy future bass synths combined with the infectious, soulful vocals from rising UK artist Luke Burr. WiDE AWAKE deliver a certified banger that’s made for festival stages. Having previously landed on mega labels such as Spinnin, Columbia and imprints such as Tiesto’s Musical Freedom, Steve Aoki’s DIM MAK, and the Trap Nation-founded Lowly Palace, their releases have already taken over the radio waves, clocking up more than 40 million hits and are regularly in the sets of headliners around the globe. Now as “Holding On” joins their impressive discography, we’re expecting nothing less.

Their raucous DJ sets have graced the stages of major fests such as Creamfields, NASS, and ADE, and famed club hotspots such as Germany’s Boothaus and Londons fabric. WiDE AWAKE have also shared stages the likes of Steve Aoki, Hucci, Stooki Sound, Apashe, Snavs, Jillionaire, Lady Bee, UZ and many more. We look forward to seeing them laying this one down on a dance floor near you in the near future!

Stream “Holding On” now below




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