Solardo Return For Their First In-House Release Of 2022 With A Raucous New Dancefloor Weapon ‘Riser’

Following on from their recent announcement that Higher will return to Dubrovnik for their largest festival to date this year, globally acclaimed DJ/producer duo Solardo drop their first track of 2022 ‘Riser’.

Out on Friday, 18th via their own imprint Sola, the club-ready track is set to be another surefire hit at festivals across the globe.

Racy, firm and unforgiving techno, ‘Riser’ is built with the sole intention of taking unsuspecting crowds to their absolute limits. The endlessly climbing melodics and firmly driving drum grooves collide with the hiss of hasty hat rhythms. The rippling heart of sub-bass and constant stabbing of synth notes pulsates throughout, completing yet another inimitable gem from the duo.

“We couldn’t think of a label more suited for a track as hard and uncompromising as Riser, than our very own Sola. We can’t wait for you all to hear this absolute heater being played out across the raves,” says Solardo.

Despite a turbulent year and a half where the industry was forced to a standstill, 2021 saw Solardo come firing out of the blocks with a headline tour around the USA, including a sold-out 5,000 capacity show at Brooklyn Mirage with Camelphat.

With a full diary of shows to come in 2022, including a tour of their Higher series featuring established names such as Loco Dice, Nic Fanciulli, Andrea Oliva, Pan-Pot, Fjaak, and Paul Woolford, it’s easy to understand why Solardo are widely applauded for leading the charge of the ever-growing current wave of house music that is sweeping through the worlds festivals stages and superclubs. Yet the UK duo continues to grow as a global force. With their reputation as Kings Of The Underground secured, 2022 sees Solardo set their sights on infiltrating the further echelon of house music.

‘Riser’ is an encapsulating reinforcement of their globally renowned brand and is set to launch Solardo into a massively successful 2022.

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