A surefire song to enter your weekend playlist, Borgeous and RUNAGROUND are hitting New Music Friday with their new tune “Better Anyway.” Officially out now via Armada Music, the record is also released alongside an adventurous and fun music video that is a vivid depiction of the sort of heartfelt mood wrapped inside “Better Anyway.”
2017 was the year Borgeous and RUNAGROUND came together for “Coffee Can Money” which resulted in over 8 million streams on Spotify alone. It’s no surprise now that they are back in all of their glory together, producing yet another well-tuned piece that adds vibrant color to the world of dance music. “Better Anyway” is filled with nothing but uplifting tones and tranquil vocals, soon dropping into solid upbeat rhythms. The undeniably positive vibe about “Better Anyway” hits home for listeners and is one track we can certainly all relate to.
“We’re hoping our fans catch a bit of our hopeful summer feels from this track and know that everyone identifies with setbacks in life and love, and that a lot of the time, these things make us much better eventually. If you’re up or down, you can add this tune to your playlist and get yourself lifted a little bit higher thinking about how much better you are now, or how much better you’re about to be!” – RUNAGROUND
Borgeous unveiled “Make Me Better” with Zack Martino last year, and so far in 2019 he has released “Leave” with Jordyn Jones – both of which spun tons of remixes that he officially released this year. Artists like Sonny Bass and Hoaxmusic took on renditions of “Make Me Better” while other musicians like Costa Music and Adam Smith put twists on “Leave.” Borgeous has come a long way from his massive hit “Tsunami” back in 2013, gathering a dedicated fan base worldwide that just can’t get enough of the plethora of music within his discography.
Andrew Kirk, better known as RUNAGROUND has gone from self-produced music video covers of smash hits from the likes of Avicii and Sam Smith, which generated over 100 million combined views on YouTube. He has lended his musical creativity to artists including Hozier, John Legend, and MAGIC!, and more impressively stole the spotlight in the dance music realm with original music and his #1 U.S. Dance Radio Airplay record “Chase You Down.”
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