Single Review: Addeboy vs Cliff – ‘Phoenix’

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Having already received support from the likes of The Guardian and Clash, electro pop producers Andreas Broberger and Hannes Lindgren, aka Addeboy vs Cliffare now back with a brand new single.

‘Phoenix’ oozes sweeping pulsating beats, glitchy vocals and vibrant, sunny vibes. As its sparkling, chilled-out electro melodies propel the track forwards with a catchy, upbeat energy, ‘Phoenix’ will swiftly transport you to a dreamy, sun-soaked dance floor.

With shades of Daft Punk, it’s the perfect remedy to brighten the increasingly dark and cold nights we’re facing right now.

‘Phoenix’ is out now via Harbour Lights.

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