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GoldFish & Sorana drop fourth album single of 'Late Night People': Hold Your Kite'

February 09, 2018

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With a deliciously funky signature sound that has infected dance music hotspots the world over, South African duo GoldFish have been notching up success after success with albums and singles alike. And now, several months after dropping their highly-anticipated fifth artist album called ‘Late Night People’ (which racked up close to 7 million streams to date), they shift the focus of the electronic music spotlight to the fourth single of said album: ‘Hold Your Kite’ (with Sorana).

Evoking the feeling of bygone days and memories cherished through its single as well as the picturesque landscape shots of its accompanying music video, ‘Hold your Kite’ adds its own brilliant colors to the electronic music palette. The song features the wonderfully expressive vocals of exciting U.K.-based emerging artist Sorana and sees her soaring melody lines coupled with GoldFish’s skillful production, creating an uplifting record guaranteed to brighten the gloomiest of days.

Since locking themselves in their bedroom studio and emerging with debut album ‘Caught In The Loop’ in 2006, GoldFish have gone from one of dance music’s best-kept secrets to luminaries both as producers and on the live front. Their can-do attitude and unique musical vision led them to countless sold-out performances and festival appearances, a top 10 in the iTunes Dance chart in the United States, an MTV Africa award, a four-year residency at Pacha Ibiza and a list of support that runs from Sam Feldt and Klingande to Thomas Jack and Robin Schulz. A landmark in itself, their fifth album ‘Late Night People’ helped the duo stand out even further in and beyond the world of dance music and ‘Hold Your Kite’ marks one of the album singles that made it happen.

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