Having accumulated over 135 million streams on their collaborations in just one year alone, David Guetta & MORTEN’s Future Rave Remix merges their love of the underground with dystopian, industrial big room sound.
The track opens as Sia’s vocals are delayed over thumping kicks and haunting drone textures. Moments of silence build suspense and drama with a dark techno feel. A throbbing, monotone bass-line burrows its way through the track as Sia’s glorious refrain soars.
The David Guetta & MORTEN Future Rave remix adds to the artists’ expansive catalog of releases this year. The two have had a massive influence on dance music with collaborative projects that include a tribute remix of Avicii‘s “Heaven” and their latest release, “New Rave EP.”
The David Guetta and Sia smash “Let’s Love” has garnered over 45 million streams worldwide and has risen the charts. The track peaked #1 on the iTunes Global Chart, #8 on the Shazam Global Chart, #5 on the European Radio Chart, and #4 on the US Dance Radio Chart.
“A year ago I started to make music with my friend Morten. I felt like there was a choice between underground which was cool but maybe more adapted to clubs rather than festivals, or EDM that was still killing the dance floor but was sounding the same for the last 4 years and was not satisfying anymore. We wanted to make music that would be sexy, have the cool factor of techno, the energy of EDM and why not the emotion of trance. We wanted to make quality dance music with zero compromises and give a lot of attention to finding new sonics. We wanted to make music people have never heard before. Almost one year later and many producers started to make music in the same style, our music is becoming a movement and DJs call it Future Rave.”– David Guetta
“Together we have started a sound that has later become a “Movement.” We call it Future Rave! With each release the sound has evolved even further and now a year after we started, this EP feels like a natural next step. After months in the studio, I’m so excited to finally share it. David’s experience with songwriting and his way of writing melodies is very unique and something I learn from every day.”– MORTEN