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Italy’s Otto Orlandi is currently one of the electronic music fastest-rising talents and his remarkable journey continues with another astounding track. This time around, he joins forces with Stockholm-based duo ManyFew for the blissful tune “Don’t Miss You”, featuring the vocals of American singer-songwriter Melanie Fontana.

Since his collaboration with Thomas Newson on “Bells at Midnight”, Otto Orlandi has continuously risen toward the higher ranks of the industry. His portfolio has been nothing short of impressive, with top-notch releases such as “Can You Hear Me” and “Hurts So Good” listed under his discography. As a result, Otto Orlandi has successfully received support from some of the world’s most renowned producers, including Hardwell and Nicky Romero.

For his latest single, Otto Orlandi joined forces with Jacob and Victor Andersson, who are collectively known as the Swedish duo ManyFew. Known for their unique style of production, the two brothers have spent the last few years honing their craft and now, they have successfully established themselves as two of the brightest upcoming talents in the business.

Otto Orlandi and ManyFew team up to produce a brand new track titled “Don’t Miss You” and the final results are undoubtedly astonishing. Opening up with a lovely synth progression, this record immediately draws the listeners in and delivers a mesmerizing auditory experience right off the bat. With an impeccable combination of Fontana’s vocals and the track’s melodies and chords, “Don’t Miss You” is an absolute treat to hear from beginning to end. Especially with its tropical-house-inspired sequence, the blissful and uplifting vibes from this tune is nothing but infectious.

“Don’t Miss You” is now available here and you can listen to the track below.



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