Brazilian production duo Cat Dealers have announced a new record deal with Armada Music and make the label’s debut with their upcoming release “Save Me Now,” which is available to pre-order here and will be made available on Nov. 20.
“This is a huge step for our career, Armada is one of the greatest electronic music labels in the world and now they’ll be taking care of our releases worldwide, so we’re beyond excited. We appreciate and admire their importance and impact on the scene and we’re happy to be a part of the team. We have high expectations for Save Me Now, as not only it marks the beginning of this new chapter for us, but also because it’s been one of the most requested track releases by the fans. We can’t wait until it comes out!“– Pedro of Cat Dealers
To promote the upcoming release, Cat Dealers will be running a giveaway with Sennheiser Brazil, the leading German company in the development of audio solutions, which will be giving away free high-quality blue tooth headphones. The winner will be randomly selected and must pre-save the track and follow both Cat Dealers and Sennheiser Brazil on Instagram in order to be eligible to qualify. The winner will be announced on the day “Save Me Now” is released on Nov. 20. For additional contest details, please click here.
Cate Dealers have pushed-out a number of remixes recently including reworks of Martin Jensen’s “Carry On,” Ava Max’s “Who’s Laughing Now,” and Loud Luxury’s “Cold Feet.”
Back in September, the duo launched the first episode of their web series, “Dealing With Cats” which highlights a little more about the routine of the production duo including trips, gigs, backstage, and several testimonies from the team. In this first episode, Cat Dealers shared two important moments of 2020, the rebranding, which took place at the beginning of the year, and the readjustment of their plans due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Lugui and Pedrão make-up the electronic music duo Cat Dealers. They are arguably one of the biggest names in the international electronic scene and were voted number 48 in 2018 by DJ Mag’s Top 100 DJs poll.