Last Heroes & Folk Band sød ven Release Melodic Dance Collaboration “Wide Awake”

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Melodic bass champions Last Heroes and folk band sød ven reunite for their track “Wide Awake”.

The collaboration weaves through calming vocal performances and explosive drops of supersaws, uplifting chords and vocal glitches. The release marks Last Heroes’ first single since their 2022 debut album campaign and first ever headline tour. This year, the duo will be performing at festivals including Bonnaroo and Lost In Dreams.

Brian Helander and Garrett Lucero, better known as Last Heroes, have been captivating audiences since their formation in 2016. With the goal of bringing people together and providing positive messages, the Last Heroes project has reminded fans that everyone has a purpose.

Their mission is soundtracked by a blend of electronic indie, alternative sounds and melodic bass lines inspired by artists like Seven Lions, Bring Me The Horizon and more. Their EP ‘Finding Light’ on Ophelia reached the #1 spot on the iTunes Dance Album Charts, scored a highly coveted BPM Breaker track on SiriusXM with its lead single “Love Like Us” and has been supported on radio by Jason Ross, Tritonal, Gryffin, Insomniac Radio, Illenium and Alison Wonderland.

Last year, they released their third EP on the label ‘Threads’ which received heavy editorial support across streaming platforms alongside charting singles. They’ve also played shows around the country at iconic venues such as Red Rocks and Bill Graham as well as festivals including EDC Mexico, Lost In Dreams and Seven Lions’ Chronicles III at The Gorge.

With a soundscape such as theirs, it’s no wonder why so many of sød ven’s fans first think that they’re Nordic. If you close your eyes you’ll almost feel as if you’re floating through the Scandinavian Mountains. Surrounded by a blanket of orchestral vocal melodies, sweeping cellos and a pulsating key pattern you won’t be able to help but feel something euphoric.


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