ManyFew ‘Where To Go’ Out Now Via Awal/Kobalt

Breaking onto the dance music scene with their outstanding originals, ‘Don’t Miss You’ and ‘Feel Good’, Swedish production duo ManyFew are back with another sure-fire creation, ‘Where To Go’ – out now via Awal/Kobalt.


Teaming up once again with UK based singer Twiggy, the Swedish brothers deliver a festival-ready track, which brims with uplifting synths and energetic percussion. Twiggy’s vocal piece infuses a dose of pop into the progressive house cut, and demands attention with its feel good energy. Masterfully crafted for both the dance floor and radio stations, ‘Where To Go’ ticks all the boxes to become a 2018 festival anthem.

With music production running in their family, Jacob and Victor were destined for a career in music. Sharing an immense passion, and being inspired by a wide range of musical genres, the brothers have spent the past few years developing their sensational sound. Securing a solid following with their previous original tracks, ManyFew racked up over 2.6 million plays on Spotify with their song ‘Don’t Miss You’, which hit No.5 on Italy’s main iTunes chart. Their last release ‘Feel Good’ received support from a long list of global DJs and radio stations, and was also added to Apple Music’s ‘Best Of The Week Japan’ Playlist. With this fresh addition to their catalogue, the brothers are starting 2018 on a high, and will no doubt garner new fans from far and wide with ‘Where To Go’.






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