Enjoying the release of his ‘Together’ EP earlier this month, dynamic Dutchman Tiësto is enjoying a lovely string of success as of late. Filled with collaborations alongside the likes of Dzeko, Mesto, 7 Skies, John Christian, and many more, the EP boasts a star-studded supporting cast. However, one new song, in particular, stands out, against the rest.
Initially released as a standalone single, ‘Feels So Good’ has also been included in the album on Spotify. The track, which features Justin Caruso and Kelli-Leigh, possesses a dark nature, differentiating itself from the rest of the EP. Owning the slowest tempo of the 9 tracks, ‘Feels So Good’ isn’t necessarily a giant ball of energy, however, it’s not supposed to be – that’s its selling point.
While the rest of the tracks in the EP boast big, bright lead synths and signature mainstage vibes, ‘Feels So Good’ prides itself on deep, heavy basslines and a brooding atmosphere, wedging itself in an optimal position between being a club-ready, as well as festival-ready tune.
The track has already been dominating the airwaves, with the likes of Hardell, Martin Garrix, Don Diablo, Mike Williams and Yves V, all supporting the track during their respective radio shows. You can support Tiësto too by listening to ‘Feels So Good’ below!