FISHER has been making the most of his downtime and churning out new music at a quick pace! Just last week he released the title track from his new EP with the same name, “Freaks.”
Today the Grammy-nominated DJ/Producer dropped the second track from the two-track EP and its called “Wanna Go Dancin.” While the first track was a pure club anthem in classic FISHER style, the second track has a slightly darker tech-house vibe. With the hook “move, get out the way, my feet wanna go dancin” this one’s sure to be another sure shot FISHER hit. With the unmissable groove elements that the Australian DJ has grown to be known and loved for, this is another one of those tracks which you can’t help yourself but start moving and grooving to.
Before finding massive success in his DJing career, the Gold Coast-based artist used to be a pro surfer from the age of 16 years. 2018 saw FISHER break onto the scene with his viral hit “Losing It” which became his claim to fame in the industry. While the track went on to become a set staple for DJ’s from the mainstream to the underground alike, the track also brought him a Grammy nomination and claimed the no. 1 spot on Billboard’s Top Dance Club songs.
FISHER has since proved he wasn’t a one-hit-wonder with a number of successful follow-up releases and sets across the global festival circuit. He was also recently invited to do the coveted two-hour Essential Mix on BBC Radio 1. Check it out here.
While at the moment festival season is a mere fond memory and something we don’t know when we will be able to return to, one thing remains for sure, this two-track EP is as festival-ready as it gets!
The ‘Freaks’ EP dropped today via Cath & Release/Astralwerks. Buy/stream/check out the EP here.
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