Disco Fries & Shanahan’s conception of happiness and faith in the track called “Is It Over”

Bringing a sizeable dose of feel-good Summer energy, “Is It Over” by US producers Disco Fries and Shanahan forms an intriguing, fresh new direction for these uniquely talented producers – throw in Shy Martin’s breathtaking talents and “Is It Over” proves a sure-fire hit. Releasing on Enhanced Music, Tritonal’s widely-respected label, “Is It Over” takes on a sombre subject whilst injecting playful positivity throughout. Disco Fries, known for their relentless, genre-defying ascension over the past few years, team up with Enhanced label stalwart Shanahan and recent Tritonal album star Shy Martin for one of Summer’s last hurrahs. Buy / Stream

Counting the varied talents of Radiohead and Dr. Dre as their influencers, Disco Fries’ have launched themselves into the mainstream thanks to their Sirius XM BPM hosted radio show “Lift Off”, relentless tour schedule and ability to produce genuinely forward-thinking productions. Shanahan, an Enhanced regular has repeatedly worked with several label artists; Tritonal, Breathe Carolina, APEK – his most successful track “Stars & Moon” with Breathe Carolina also airing on Sirius XM BPM for 9 months & has amassed over 2.5m Spotify streams. Shy Martin recently featured on Tritonal’s chart-topping new album “Painting With Dreams”. Her soft voice emerges from “Is It Over”‘s undeniable rhythm pulling off a perfect marriage of spine-tingling vocal delivery and harmonious melodic touches, only adding to the track’s overall uncertain allure. Originally starting as a 4/4 melodic piano-based track before moving into its current state – “Is It Over” has finally arrived.

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