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DallasK Releases New Video for “Recover”

Fast-rising artist/DJ/producer/songwriter DallasK has released his brand new video for his single “Recover” – CLICK HERE to watch and check out Ones to Watch‘s first look. The moody, beautifully shot video finds DallasK in an empty amusement park, bringing a cinematic quality to this dreamy synth pop track. “Recover,” which was featured on Spotify’s New Music Friday, follows the success of DallasK‘s All My Life” and Self Control,” -the first releases marking his creative evolution into a vocalist and solo artist.

Recover,” “All My Life” and “Self Control” are the perfect introduction to DallasK‘s heartfelt music and genuine creativity. With an organic touch and a storyteller quality, he makes songs and videos in which he experiments with new production techniques and songwriting elements, most notably stepping into his own artistry for the first time with the debut of his own vocals on all his new music. He’s already received love from Just Jared, Hollywood Life, Mr Suicide Sheep and Dancing Astronaut.

DallasK‘s chart-topping releases and inimitable style, largely driven by dreamy synths, airy guitars and powerful pianos have graced stages and airwaves the world over throughout the years. He has had a hand in crafting hits for household names including remixes for The Chainsmokers, Martin Garrix, Galantis, Katy Perry, Ke$ha and many others.  He produced and co-wrote the 5x platinum-selling Fifth Harmony single “Work From Home” ft. Ty Dolla $ign. He has dominated the EDM circuit, having collaborated with heavyweights like Hardwell, Tiesto, KSHMR, and Adventure Club.  

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