Rising duo, Corporate Slackrs are at it again, crushing barriers between genres and making irresistible tracks. Their latest single Wasted Love features Emma Zander and is out now on as joint release with Tiësto’s label, Musical Freedom and Insomniac Records.

Emma Zander delivers flawlessly pure vocals, perfectly paired with summer-tinged guitars and slick production. Listening out to the lyrics, you’ll soon discover this track has a darker edge and a bite of sassy attitude that counteracts this glorious example of future electronic pop.

Corporate Slackrs and Emma Zander explain: “Wasted Love is somewhere we’ve all been… young and broke, messed up relationship, in love, friends with benefits, wasted at a party, not that into someone, seeking something we haven’t found. It’s a blur of all that happening at the same familiar party spots we’ve all been to. It also has that tinge of darkness that harsh reality gives us, kind of like the pounding headache of a hangover the next day. We can’t wait for everyone to hear it!”

Corporate Slackrs first emerged onto the scene back in 2012 with debut track Smash, alongside Landis which saw support from Tiësto, Bassjackers, Tujamo and Laidback Luke, as well as racking up over 2.6 million streams on Spotify. Follow-up single Electric Sky released last year on Insomniac, receiving plays on some of the biggest stages including EDC Vegas 2017, EDC Orlando 2017, Sunset Music Festival and Decadence amongst others. With Tiësto and Insomniac heavily supporting Electric Sky they now welcome Corporate Slackrs with open arms for their latest production – Wasted Love.

Check out Wasted Love by Corporate Slackrs featuring Emma Zander OUT NOW via Musical Freedom and Insomniac Records!


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