An electrifying dance single that explores dark truths and desire.
Young Bombs, a Canadian music duo, is a dynamic creative partnership responsible for crafting captivating tunes. Transitioning from sought-after remixers to successful artists, they’ve been on a continuous upward trajectory, amassing over 200 million streams in just four years. Young Bombs have made a significant impact on the EDM scene, garnering support from renowned artists like Gryffin, Kygo, The Chainsmokers, Tiësto, Oliver Heldens, and Don Diablo. They’ve also graced the stages of prestigious music festivals such as Ultra Music Festival, Lollapalooza, Firefly Music Festival, and the Billboard Hot 100 Festival. Their latest release, “Strangers,” features the talented artist Linney.
With an instantly immersive fusion of electrifying melodies and invigorating dance beats, “Strangers” sets the stage for an exhilarating musical journey that delves into the emotional complexities of dark truths and desire. Lyrics like “Right when I met you, Your love was a rare piece of art, But things aren’t so simple, If only I knew who you were from the start” and “Since, this isn’t right, I can’t change it, so let’s just fake it now” explore the intricacies of love. The track’s ethereal vocals and evocative elements come together to deliver a dazzling dance single that will sweep you off your feet. So hit play and let “Strangers” transport you to a passionate night of musical ecstasy.
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