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Successful “Lifeline” Release From The Two Fake Blondes Sees Deadman Remix

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Since releasing in its original form on World Suicide Prevention Day (September 10), “Lifeline” from The Two Fake Blondes has already been garnering immense support and features on some of the leading playlists and media outlets to boot.

The husband and wife duo, consisting of Hannah and Petey Mac, have called upon rising Nashville-based talent Deadman for an official remix of “Lifeline”. Seemingly different than the original, the Deadman interpretation adds effects to their vocal, turning the topline into a house music, club-ready anthem. One thing is certain about the Deadman remix of “Lifeline”: the song’s positive and uplifting message remains the same.

Petey and Hannah Mac

The Two Fake Blondes explain, “Lifeline is an anthem of hope for those who are feeling alone and a very important reminder for all of us to check in on the people we love, no matter how busy our lives are.” 

Listen to The Two Fake Blondes – “Lifeline (Deadman Remix)”:

You can hear the original version of “Lifeline” on Seattle KNHC, or supported on SiriusXM, Tiësto’s Musical Freedom, MrRevillz, and Steve Aoki.

Samuel Al-Hagal, also known as Deadman, is a Nashville-based DJ and producer. Inspired by creative minds of personal heroes like Skrillex, Walt Disney, & Hans Zimmer, Samuel aims to funnel unparalleled imagination and raw, unbridled energy into a moment of symphonic euphoria.

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