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Seven Lions releases remix package for first Ophelia Records single “Calling You Home”

The first release from Seven Lions in 2018 “Calling You Home,” the first official release on his new label Ophelia Records. The single is dynamic, with an infusion of echoing vocals, wonky bass drops, and twinkle chimes which proves once again, Seven Lions is at the top of the production game.

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Direct Remix / Oliver Smith Remix

To harmonize the accomplished artist’s new single and new record label announcement, two exceptional reworks of “Calling You Home” just dropped from Joseph Lyncheski better known as Direct and Anjunabeats OG Oliver Smith. The remix package is dually loaded with stimulating and infectious sounds, dreamy vocals, and all around bouncy feels. With Direct’s chilled-out inclination and Oliver Smith’s progressive-trance expertise, the “Calling You Home” remix package is set to deliver a double dose of euphoric audio sensation.

SEVEN LIONS TOUR DATES

3/16 – Beyond Wonderland – San Bernardino, CA

3/22 – RC Cola Plant – Miami, FL

4/5 – The Marc – San Marcos, TX

4/7 – Rawhide Events Center – Phoenix, AZ

4/20 – Happy Clouds – Dallas, TX

5/12 – WaMu Theatre – Seattle, WA – The Chronicles show

5/20 – EDC Las Vegas – Las Vegas, NV

6/8 – Addams-Medill Park – Chicago, IL

9/21 – Imagine Music Festival – Atlanta, GA

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