Galantis

Galantis drop two brand new tracks ‘Satisfied’ and ‘Mama Look At Me Now’

Since breaking through with tracks like ‘Runaway‘ and ‘You‘, Christian Karlsson and Linus Eklöw have been catapulted to new heights. Just a few years on from their original formation, the Swedish duo have taken to main stages worldwide, bringing their high energy dance tracks to the masses. More formally known as Galantis, Karlsson and Eklöw continue to provide bangers for the world to hear, with an upbeat feel through every track. Their blend of pop, dance, and electronic elements always combine to make incredible music, and their two newest releases are no different.

Following up from their recent track with Uffie titled ‘Spaceship‘, the duo have bounced straight back with two fresh tracks. ‘Satisfied‘ features vocals from MAX, and veers away from the typical Galantis sound. Though the break has those iconic sounds reminiscent of Peanut Butter Jelly, but the drop certainly isn’t what you’d expect. The Swede’s bring a funky vibe to the track, and though the staple Galantis sounds shine through, the new sound is completely different from any other track they’ve made.

Track two on the mini EP is ‘Mama Look At Me Now‘, which takes on a summer track blended with Galantis’ better known sounds. Steel drums, piano stabs, soothing pads, and all round feel good music sums up this creation, and you’ve got to love the Swedish duo for what they can do to a track. Their ability to continuously provide chart bangers that can work so effectively on a festival main stage is their speciality, and though both tracks aren’t as ‘festival ready’ as others, they will certainly slot into a set near you some time soon.

Check out each of the new Galantis tracks for yourself, and let us know which one is your favourite out of ‘Satisfied‘ and ‘Mama Look At Me Now‘:

Lewis is a 21 year old UK-based writer and editor, bringing interviews with Carl Cox, CamelPhat, and more to We Rave You in his 2+ years with the team. His musical preferences cover most genres, with a deeper love for progressive and trance.

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