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Nicky Romero hardens his main room beats in new banger ‘Love Me Better’

Dutch prodigy Nicky Romero has just releasedLove Me Better‘, an uplifting anthem that promises to lift your spirits. Protocol Recordings‘ boss is in ecstasy with this industry comeback and music is the most powerful way to share those good energies with his fans. ‘Love Me Better’ is one of the tracks that make up Protocol Lab – ADE 2021 EP, the annual ADE-theme compilation that this year features Nicky Romero himself, Almero, Thomas Nan, Sisters Cap, and SOLR. Five tracks, five moods, on a genre-blending journey not to be missed.

It’s been about a year and a half without any big events which thankfully seem to be reflourishing every month. One of the most anticipated events of the year and one that, albeit with adaptations, has returned this year is ADE, and Nicky and his Protocol gang were back in style with the epic ‘Nicky Romero & Friends‘, where this new track was inevitably highlighted.

‘Love Me Better’ is a groovy big room cut with harder beats and banging basslines. That description gets your attention, doesn’t it? Listening to it is even better. This ADE special will put you in festival mode, even if you are not in Amsterdam this week. ‘Love Me Better’ starts with a Balearic feel, with a serenity that is shaken by a dense build-up, followed by a very melodic set of beats. The track continues into the realm of the progressive house until the break, which offers a groove and soulful vocal that infuses a timeless vibe. The message ‘You come around, and start to love me, love me better’ comes coated in that liberating vintage house energy and with the hypnotic magic of progressive. It’s an amazing track, delicately punchy, orchestrated with great elegance. It’s one of Nicky Romero’s sobering cuts that expose not only his musical maturity and experience in producing hits but the quality of Protocol’s releases.

Get into the ADE spirit and let yourself be carried away by the melody and infectious beat of ‘Love Me Better’:

Image credits: Nicky Romero (via Facebook)