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Firebeatz and Peppermint turn up the heat with brand-new single: 'Everything' (Feat. Aidan O'Brien)

February 09, 2018

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Since emerging with their own imprint Ignite Recordings less than six months ago, Firebeatz have let their consistent output do the talking for them. Through singles such as ‘Till The Sun Comes Up’, ‘Let’s Get Wild’ and ‘Burn It Down’, the Dutch duo staked its claim as one of dance music’s hottest acts while lining up their follow-up single to further their reign. ‘Everything’, a sublime collaboration with mysterious multi-talent (and multi-genre act) Peppermint and half-Dutch, half-Irish singer-songwriter Aidan O’Brien, was released today on Ignite Recordings.

Bridging the gap between pop and dance music in one single leap, ‘Everything’ is that one song able to charm listeners in the blink of an eye. A wonderful link-up sure to bloom in the spotlight, this cut bears all the hallmarks of a year-round favorite and has ‘Everything’ it needs to win music fans over.

Consisting of Tim Smulders and Jurre van Doeselaar, Firebeatz are among the most prolific DJ/producers of this decade, boasting a track record that includes countless mainstage anthems, collaborations with dance music luminaries such as Calvin Harris, Tiësto and Martin Garrix, and a seemingly never-ending list of remix work for the likes of Rihanna, Pitbull, Flo Rida, Justin Timberlake, P!nk, Snoop Dogg, James Blunt and Sean Paul. With pummeling live shows at everything from Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas to ADE Festival in Amsterdam and tracks such as ‘Dear New York’, ‘Guitar Track’ (with Sander van Doorn), ‘Helicopter’ (with Martin Garrix) and ‘I Can’t Understand’ (with Chocolate Puma) as clear-cut fan favorites, their rise to stardom has been so intense and fiery many claim it to be a firestorm. Their new offering, ‘Everything’, only turns up the heat even further.

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