DADA LIFE Release Video for Edgy New Single “Tic, Tic, Tic” and Prepare for Miami Music Week‏

DADA LIFE–the headlining Swedish dance DJ-duo-today (3/4) have released the fight club-style video for “Tic, Tic, Tic” which can be watched here. The song finds the Stockholm-based duo of Olle Cornéer and Stefan Engblom collaborating with raspy female rocker Lzzy Hale of Halestorm and exploring new musical arenas. The song’s audio debuted last week (2/25) on and can now be streamed via SoundCloud here and purchased on iTunes here.

“We’re always looking for that specific feeling of happiness and rage at the same time in our music,” says DADA LIFE. “We really want people to be smiling while they’re hurting themselves. This time we think we really nailed it!”

“I am a fan of the strange–and Dada Life expresses themselves in a way that connects with my own ‘weird,’ adds Lzzy Hale. “I want to thank them for having me on this track and letting me lend my rock n’ roll swagger to their inspiring music! ‘Tic, Tic, Tic’ is eternally in my head and heart. Hope everyone enjoys!”

The constantly-performing duo will be taking the stage at “Lucky Festival” in Tacoma, WA on March 12. Additional confirmed performances include: “Beyond Wonderland” in San Bernardino, CA on March 18, and a uniquely outrageous “Magnificent Rave Spa” themed party at The Raleigh on Saturday, March 19 (noon-10pm) in Miami, FL for “Miami Music Week, and their “Dada Land Before Time” headlining concert at Red Rocks in Morrison, CO on May 21.

Additionally, DADA LIFE will continue their Las Vegas residency at Hakkasan. More details on tour dates can be found here.

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