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Third Party debut music from upcoming album during Liverpool show

The British progressive house entourage Third Party – composed of Jonnie Macaire and Harry Bass – Have recently showcased 5 brand new tracks at their monumental Liverpool Olympia show last week. Having released their extremely successful studio album “Hope” in February of 2017, the Progressive House duo have reached new heights in their career. Their record label Release Records has gone on to feature highly esteemed artists and tracks within the past few months and have turned heads all over the scene with their unstoppable melodic power.

As the flood of Youtube clips and Facebook snippets start to circulate around the web, Third Party have seriously left a mark on fans an artists alike premiering fresh new music at their show in Liverpool. They received massive support sets from household names including D.O.D, Grum, Corey James, and Pete K. On the 21st of April the LIIVE show went down and left fans bewildered after the showcase of new material and overall good vibes throughout.

A total of around 5 tracks have been pinned as Third Party originals. Using names ascribed by outside sources, we will use links provided by A Story Made Of Time to discuss their new material. The first snippet we have is a full throttle electro tune called “Superstylin'”. The weaponized bass lines and massive build-ups capture the production magic of Third Party. With vocal lines flying throughout, it is a heavy hitting beast. Next we have the upbeat Progressive jewel called “Shadows” that features the very essence that Third Party are known for. Euphoric, melodic, and super smooth, this ID is reminiscent of earlier works such as “Have No Fear” and “Live Forever“. A third ID has been found and has a cinematic intro that leads up into pure electro-carnage. The fourth ID is aptly named “Memories” and features emotional, heartfelt vocals paired with raspy synths and huge atmospheres. Last but not least we have another super charged ID that is paired with the vocals of the duos previous record “Hurt”.

Check out the clips below!

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