Disco Fries & HARBER Team Up For Dance-Pop Hit, “Nothing” ft. Luxtides [Spinnin’ Records]

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Dance music veterans Disco Fries along with Billboard-charting HARBER and GRAMMY-nominated Luxtides each bring immense talent to the table, have achieved incredible feats in their own respects. The idea of these three coming together left us with a lot of anticipation, excited to hear what the result would be.

Needless to say, “Nothing“, does not disappoint. Signed to the prestigious Spinnin’ imprint, HARBER and Disco Fries create an entrancing electronic dance pop record that proves its addictibility from the start. Luxtides is sensational as always on the vocals, the perfect fit for this song.

All three artists, Disco Fries, HARBER, and Luxtides are no strangers to Spinnin’ Records, as each act has released on the label before, including Disco Fries’ latest “Dopamine,” HARBER’s “Count You In” ft. Robbie Rosen via SOURCE, and, of course, the GRAMMY-nominated “Hero” from Afrojack & David Guetta featuring Luxtides on Wall Recordings. 

Disco Fries dropped their now sold-out ‘Friends Of Fries’ NFT pack in partnership with RCRDSHP, which offers an innovative, unique experience for buyers. In addition to their NFT project, Nick and Danny, better known as Disco Fries, also manage their Liftoff Recordings label as well as Finish My Track. HARBER, who recently performed at the main stage of Electric Zoo Festival NY, collaborated with Michael Calfan & NISHA on Musical Freedom’s “Feelings After Dark,” which was heavily supported by Tiësto for a majority of 2021. Luxtides, the talented artist and songwriter, recently released “Infinity” alongside Borgeous & Kastra, and joined Afrojack at the Ultra Music Festival MainStage to perform the GRAMMY-nominated “Hero.”

Listen to “Nothing” below!

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