TOM FERRY AND KIESZA JOIN FORCES ON NEW SINGLE ‘I THINK THAT I LIKE YOU’

 A quick tip for all those musical treasure hunters out there: tie the artistic capabilities of Liverpool talent Tom Ferry to the effortless and rich vocals of Kiesza and you’ve hit the jackpot.

Their first-ever link-up, ‘I Think That I Like You’, saw its release today on Armada Music under exclusive license from Sadboy Records.

Listen to Tom Ferry & Kiesza – I Think That I Like You

A swirl of summer vibes and eruptive vocals, Tom Ferry & Kiesza’s ‘I Think That I Like You’ has all the hallmarks of an international hit song. Oozing with catchiness, rhythmic magnificence and airwave potential, this song is a burst of color and positivity no dance music fan could ever get enough of.

Tom Ferry: “The song started off as a piano riff and the chorus “I Think That I Like You.” We knew we had something super catchy, so we went through many different versions until we had what we believed was the right fit for radio and clubs whilst allowing the hook to be as impactful as it should be. The lyrics are light and relatable and having a star vocalist like Kiesza really brought it all together. All these elements led to the hooky, deep and radio-friendly gem you hear today.”

Kiesza: “This song takes me to the club right away. That moment when you are just caught up in the music, on the dance floor with someone really amazing in a moment that seems to last forever.”

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