Felix Cartal

Felix Cartal releases the official music video for ‘Over It’ (ft. Veronica)


The Canadian electronic music DJ and producer Felix Cartal has released the official music video for his track ‘Over It‘ featuring fellow Canadian Toronto-based singer Veronica. The track, which was released this past July, is out on Physical Presents.

The theme of the video is certainly melancholic. It shows the flashback vivid memories of an old woman that relives a past romance she experienced when she was young. The great production skills from Felix and the angelical vocals from Veronica, who is specially known for featuring on the classic version of Heaven by Dzeko and Riggi & Piros, give that touch that allow to understand the character’s feelings and transport us to those specific moments.

Felix Cartal is slowly progressing and increasing his reputation as one of the artists to closely follow during the coming years. Having already made some official remixes for artists the size of San Holo, Wafia or Illennium also obtaining support from megastars like Rihanna, Selena Gomez, Galantis or Zedd among others, he was included into Billboard’s “13 Dance Artists Who Dominated 2017″ and his track ‘Get What You Give’ was included into the “50 Best Dance/Electronic Songs of 2017: Critics’ Picks” as well.

A couple of years later, he keeps himself strong and determined to reach the top. ‘Over It’ hasn’t been his only project this year, his track ‘Killing Time’ with Dutch icon R3hab has overcome the 11 million streams on Spotify and last week he released brand new track called ‘More‘ with the man himself, the one and only Kaskade, getting it remixed also by another legend like Diplo. So it seems Felix Cartal becoming a legend is just a matter of time. ‘Over It’ is just the beginning.

Watch the full music video in full below:





Born and raised in Barcelona (Spain), Pol's passion for dance music has brought him to London (UK), where he combines his role at We Rave You with his job as Account Manager at Festicket. Favourite genres: Emotional progressive house, future bass and electro pop.

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