TWINNS bring Canadian Big-Room to the masses

TWINNS are a duo emerging from the Canadian spotlight and into the international limelight. Revolving their production and profession around the motto “Music should either move your feet, or move your heart”, TWINNS’ passion for the genre aligns with the pure sentiment surrounding it – and that in itself is a good indication of things to come.

Bringing their latest track ,”Could Be Bad”, the duo have created an energizing, octane, festival anthem. A crowd fire-starter undoubtedly, the combination of thunderous big-room melody and pulsating basslines are set to ignite a little more heat and movement to its receiving dancefloors. Feeding smoothly into dynamic chopped vocals that in turn act a bridge and development for the second peak-time climax. Intense in atmosphere and mood-elevating in nature.

Being released on Ensis Records, the label that brought you the likes of Zead, Haukjem and Kygo’s “Epsilon”, the track is already accumulating statistics to match its impressive production. Now No.3 on the Beatport Big-Room Pulse Chart and already in Ensis Records Top 10 best-selling tracks to date, alongside Kygo, TWINNS are certainly not slouching. With support and praise from Thomas Gold, Dirty Vibesm DJ BL3ND and Marnik on top, “Could Be Bad” isn’t just impressing us here at We Rave You.

Be sure to grab your copy of TWINNS’ “Could Be Bad” on Ensis Records today!

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