Norwegian brothers No Class have had a breathtakingly successful year so far, having performed at major events around the globe throughout the Summer, while maintaining their own residency in Manila’s iconic club Chaos. Their success didn’t stop there, as the duo released multiple stand-out sensations on a variety of record labels, including the release of their own remix of Tom & Hills‘ ‘Lies‘, which dropped on major label Universal earlier this year. While No Class gain support at an exponential rate, they continue to deliver time after time with impeccable releases, and their latest triumph has just been released on Dutch label RecPlay, which provides a platform to some of the dance music industry’s most exceptional productions.
The release sees the brothers rework Birthh‘s ‘Chlorine‘, showcasing their prowess in production throughout each element of the track. With intoxicating vocals providing a hypnotic build up, the drop provides an intense culmination of euphoria and emotion, unleashing an abundance of explosive energy. The future bass anthem will no doubt become a favourite with fans around the world, and become yet another triumph for No Class to add to their already impressive catalogue of releases.
Check out the full rework below.