STATE OF SOUND RELEASES NEW TRACK “HIGH ON YOU” TODAY—CLICK HERE TO LISTEN
HIGH ON YOU EP SET FOR RELEASE NOVEMBER 17TH, 2017
(Los Angeles, CA)—Today, Stockholm duo State of Sound releases their brand new track “High On You”. The song is the title track off of their upcoming EP, which is set for release on November 17th, 2017 via Sony Music Sweden/RCA Records. “High On You” is available now at all digital retail providers.
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The track follows the release of the duo’s latest track, “Heaven”, which is a cover of Byan Adam’s hit from the ‘80s. State of Sound’s previous single “Love Me Like That,” garnered 10 million worldwide since its March release. The track is the follow up single to the duo’s successful track “Wake Up Where You Are,” which currently has over 76 million streams on Spotify alone and was previously included on the platform’s “Chill Hits” and “Today’s Top Hits” playlists. The single has also reached the top 100 on Spotify in 21 countries and the top 200 in 29 countries. The track has garnered great success, leading to their EP Wake Up Where You Are (Remixes), which includes an acoustic version of the track.
State of Sound members Viktor Norén and Joakim Andrén met and became friends immediately in 2010 at a tequila party in their home of Stockholm, Sweden. With Viktor’s background in the bands Sugarplum Fairy and Viktor & The Blood and solo adventure Viktorious and Joakim’s past as tour musician and songwriter, it was a musical match made in heaven. After several years of bonding over music, Viktor and Joakim formed a vision and framework for their own musical project, which they named State of Sound. Their debut single “Higher Love” was released in January 2016 and the song quickly climbed the charts and was Gold certified in Sweden and now has over 16.5 million streams on Spotify.
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