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Gareth Emery Releases 'Lights and Thunder' Featuring Krewella

March 28, 2014
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As excitement continues to build around the April 1 release of his brand new album DRIVE, Gareth Emery returns with the second single and a full remix package for the mighty “Lights & Thunder” featuring Krewella. Out now through Garuda, the “Lights & Thunder” bundle also features a massive set of remixes from Deorro, R3hab and Darren Styles.

The follow up single to “U”, “Lights & Thunder” shows off a slightly more energetic side to the album with its big and anthemic vocals by Krewella combined with heaving synths and pounding drums. The track retains a melodic quality throughout, but ultimately takes its place as a full on club banger.

The "Lights & ThunderRemix Package is available now at Beatport: http://www.beatport.com/release/lights-and-thunder/1253904 

Emery is well and truly back with the follow up to his 2010 album Northern Lights. With his hotly anticipated second album set for release at the beginning of April, 2014 looks set to be Gareth Emery's year.

With essential experience and a deep understanding of music, songwriting and how to convey emotion through his sounds, Emery has created a unique blend of trance, house and electro that he uses to build his melody focused club tracks that form his greatest successes. Successes that include a ground-breaking podcast series, his own label Garuda, scores of releases and performances at major clubs and festivals all across the globe.

Krewella are a trio of consisting of sisters, vocalists and songwriters Jahan and Yasmine Yousaf along with producer Kris Trindl aka “Rain Man.” Since their debut in summer 2012, they have created a cult fan base, released their first full-length album on Columbia Get Wet which debuted at #8 on the Billboard 200 album chart and #1 on the Electronic Album chart

 DRIVE is available now for pre-order at: http://smarturl.it/GE-DRIVE
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