Tritonal & Paris Blohm’s ‘Colors’ turns 4 years old
4 years have transpired since Tritonal and Paris Blohm teamed up to deliver their iconic Progressive House anthem, ‘Colors‘. Released on Nicky Romero‘s Protocol Recordings, the track was driven by Sterling Fox‘s prodigious vocals and powerful leads, creating a flawless recipe for success.
‘Colors’ went on to become one of the most iconic songs of the year, alongside other notable tracks such as Porter Robinson‘s ‘Sad Machine‘ and R3hab and Trevor Guthrie‘s ‘Soundwave‘. After peaking at #1 on Beatport’s Progressive House chart in 2014, ‘Colors’ exited the chart in September, before making a surprise resurgence in mid-December. The track also received an abundance of remixes from artists including ‘John Dahlbäck‘, ‘Atmozfears‘ and ‘ak9‘.
While Blohm earned his stripes with uplifting Progressive House tracks such as ‘Get There‘ and ‘In Your Eyes‘, 2016 and 2017 saw the Los Angeles-based DJ/Producer turn to releasing Future Bass tracks such as ‘Into Dust‘ and his remix of Galantis and Hook & Sling‘s ‘Love On Me‘. However, in the latter half of 2017, Blohm teased new Progressive House and Big Room tracks and vowed to bring back his much-loved sound this year in a New Year’s Facebook post.
Relive Tritonal and Blohm’s classic festival anthem, ‘Colours’ below!