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Feenixpawl team with Harley Knox and Ariana and the Rose for lovely Pop-Dance anthem: 'Bones'

January 19, 2018

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2018 has only just begun, but Feenixpawl are already taking steps to ensure that the new year will become one of their best yet. In tandem with Eclypse regular Harley Knox and New York native Ariana and the Rose, the Australian hotshots present ‘Bones’, a truly tremendous song that will no doubt stake its claim as one of 2018’s most infectious pop-dance crossover anthems.

Starting off with alluring rhythms and a shimmering atmosphere, ‘Bones’ has ‘one-of-a-kind’ written all over it. Flirting with pop through Ariana and the Rose’s leading vocals without losing track of its dance music identity, this brilliant production radiates feel-good vibes from start to finish and supplies fans with a genuine mood lifter sure to be included in the world’s most popular playlists.

Ariana and the Rose: “I'm so excited to be collaborating with Feenixpawl and Harley Knox on Bones! The lyrics of the song really resonated with me and I'm a huge fan of both of their production, so joining together on this felt like a natural fit. I hope the track brings a bit of summer vibes wherever you are in the world”

Since their 2012 single ‘In My Mind’ picked up a Grammy nomination and got championed by Pete Tong himself as his Essential New Tune, Feenixpawl have established themselves as two of Australia’s most prominent export products. With numerous world tours, over 100 million streams, a plethora of awards and remixes for the likes of Rihanna, Kaskade, NERVO, Nicky Romero and Jess Glynne under their belt, they have secured themselves a spot alongside electronic music’s most prominent tastemakers and the necessary know-how to keep delivering the very best on every occasion, as they did with ‘Bones’ today.

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