This summer season may have just witnessed the release of one of the biggest dance anthems of 2018, as UK smash duo Third Party unleashed “Free” via their Release Records imprint. With this new single also came the epic announcement of their new upcoming album, which the pair are beyond excited to share with the world soon.
“Free” harnesses familiar lyrics from the 1992 classic vocal sample in Rozalla’s “Everybody’s Free” – serving as the foundation and mega line for this new and totally revamped version. Maintaining their beloved Third Party big-room tones, Jonnie Macaire and Harry Bass are broadcasting an enormous new sound that from beginning to end cranks out nothing but euphoric melodies on top of wild heart soaring sounds. One listen to “Free” and dance fans can immediately picture themselves pouring their souls out to it at massive festival crowds, as its vocals, range of chords, and high powered drop can easily fill up a space for tens of thousands of fans.
“After the amazing response from our debut album ‘Hope’ last year, we couldn’t wait to dive straight back into another album process. After a year in the studio we wanted to make sure our first big single of 2018 was a statement of our intent, something that harnessed the sound that we’ve always loved. Well produced, big, progressive house can always be fresh, unique and connect with people emotionally.” – Third Party
Following last year’s incredible response, recognition, and support from Hope, Third Party’s debut album, the guys are reaching new heights in the industry with this single. There is no hiding that “Free” is only one radiant glimpse of the momentous soundtracks to come with the finished album.
Third Party’s spot in the dance music scene has become a concrete presence by an array of talents. Setting themselves apart from the highly competitive UK electronic industry, Third Party made a killing with their new, custom-built LIIIVE show – an inventive and brilliant performance as well as technical production, which the duo premiered earlier this year at Liverpool Olympia in front of a stadium full of screaming fans. LIIIVE was the biggest electronic music production ever featured at the venue, and it is set to make its second appearance at Ultra Korea this weekend. Serving as the official music video for “Free,” LIIIVE is fully equipped with everything from drum machines, to new electrifying lasers, to massive synth productions and sample pads, to dualing DJ stations, and endless more surprises that are bound to leave crowds across the globe begging for more.
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