With just a matter of months before UK House duo Third Party release their eagerly awaited second studio album, the pair ramp up anticipation even further with emotionally charged new single ‘Remember’.
Laced with a soaring vocal, roaring synths and an explosive climax, ‘Remember’ flaunts a vibrant build and euphoric, mainstage-ready hook over a retro old skool sample. The cut is typical of Third Party’s much loved signature UK House sound, one that has seen Jonnie Macaire and Harry Bass enjoy a rapidly growing international reputation for anthemic productions and galvanising sets.
The single’s official video features original footage from the early 90s’ British rave scene, an era that Macaire and Bass have often cited as one of their biggest musical influences and one that birthed the careers of icons like Carl Cox, Sasha, Digweed, Orbital and Fatboy Slim, placing the UK firmly at the forefront of electronic music.
‘Remember’ serves as a fitting finale to a seismic 2018 for the pair. A sell-out ADE showcase followed on from their LIIIVE debut in front of a packed out Liverpool Olympia and at Ultra Korea, with other key performances at Creamfields UK, Ministry of Sound, Don’t Let Daddy Know and across the length and breadth of Asia.
In the studio, they’ve been just as prolific. Their latest trio of releases – ‘Come With Me’, ‘Midnight’ and ‘Free’ have clocked up close to 3 million streams while their in-house imprint, Release Records, continues to grow meteorically, releasing a growing back-catalogue of club-ready anthems from the likes of Sentinel, David Pietras and Matt Nash.
This all follows on from the success of 2017’s mighty debut album ‘HOPE’, which spawned several iconic productions including ‘Live Forever’, ‘Everyday of My Life’, and the Martin Garrix collaboration ‘Lions In The Wild’ (over 30 million Spotify streams),
With the incredible old skool vibes of ‘Remember’ offering fans a glimpse into the calibre of production set to feature on the upcoming long-player production, this uniquely brilliant new track from Third Party drops globally on Friday 7th December.