After last year’s collaboration with Armin van Buuren on “Don’t Give Up on Me,” Dutch-born duo Lucas and Steve return with a pumping new remix of “Don’t Let Me Go” (feat. Matluck) from the Balance Part Three Remix album.
Out now via Armada Music, the track sits beside huge official remixes from Will Sparks, Sevenn, and Avian Grays. Armin van Buuren has officially released three editions of his official remix packages- each with diverse changes to his original Balance tracks. With this new release, Lucas & Steve bring their own unique sound to this latest package, with a dreamy big-room rebrand that is sure to see its way onto major festival stages this year.
Lucas & Steve are a powerhouse when it comes to dance music over recent years. With nearly five-million monthly listeners on Spotify, the two friends have curated a number of global hits including “Summer On You,” “Up Till Dawn,” and most recently with “Where Have You Gone.” With unparalleled energy on stage, the production duo have scored epic sets at Tomorrowland, Creamfields, and Sziget Festival, and have also toured across Europe, Asia, and South America. Now crossing paths with Armin van Buuren once again, the Dutchmen have no sign of stopping when it comes to larger-than-life collaborations and releases.
A surefire highlight in the Balance remix package, the “Don’t Let Me Go” rework by Lucas & Steve sees inspiration drawn from the hardstyle original. Taking their own aesthetic and pairing it with the dreamy vocals from Matluck, the two producers go an entirely different route that gives fans a new perspective of the track. With their uplifting summer sound, their version of the track brings a happy mainstage vibe that cannot be matched. Sevenn, Will Sparks, and Avian Grays also chose to give their own drastic twist on their remixes with the album singles “Mr. Navigator,” “Song I Sing,” and “Miles Away.” With bass-house, big-room, and upbeat changes to originally progressive or hardstyle tracks, the three artists bring the heat alongside Lucas & Steve in this package.
With three editions of curated remixes for the Balance album, Armin van Buuren has taken nearly twenty-five different versions of his tracks and put them under the Armada Music label. Including rising artists such as i_o, Cosmic Gate and now Lucas & Steve, listeners have been able to hear different versions of the tracks they have grown to love. With a fourth edition set to release next month, it looks like the Balance album will not grow wary to fans any time soon.
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