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Seven Lions & Myon and Shane 54 – Strangers (feat. Tove Lo)

No one in the industry combines vocal trance and glitchy dubstep drops better than Seven Lions. It’s a sound that’s instantly recognizable, and when seen live can be known to cause feelings of extreme awe, mind-melting, and unadulterated happiness.

His latest collaboration with Myon and Shane 54 toes that surprisingly thin line between trance-house and hard heavy bass music, producing the unique sound that’s making Seven Lions one of the biggest up and comers in the industry.  Incidentally, the song is due out on the soundtrack of the next tween blockbuster “Mortal Instruments: City of Bones,” meaning a whole bunch of 15 year old girls are in for what’s bound to be an unsettling musical surprise.

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