Celebrating their 10th anniversary this year, worldwide acclaimed electronic duo DVBBS shows no signs of slowing down as they release the invigorating vocal house tune “Love Till It’s Over.” Featuring fellow Canadian artist MKLA on vocal duty, the new record blends beautiful, progressive hords with thrilling big room drops and tight, pulsating rhythms, ready to create a buzz among this season’s festival crowds. It’s an overwhelming new milestone from DVBBS, sharing the love via Spinnin’ Records.

DVBBS has proven itself an unstoppable force of modern day electronic music. From their first hit releases in the early 10’s, including the genre defining Borgeous collab “Tsunami,” to recent hits “Body Mind Soul” (together with Benny Benassi) and this year’s Galantis collab “When The Lights Go Down” – all have racked up millions of streams, setting their name in stone as one of the world’s most renowned dance acts.

In yet another surprising move, the DVBBS brothers now return with a sound that inventively blends their classic big room vibe with contemporary production. “Love Till It’s Over” opens as a gentle, progressive styled song, bringing in the warm, sultry voice of MKLA (famed for her work with a.o. KSHMR, Alok, Vintage Culture, Steve Aoki) over ominous synth pads and rising crescendos.

When the record drops, a raw pulsating bass delivers a shot of adrenalin, further enhanced by sturdy synth stabs, bathing in reverb, reminiscing oldschool big room excitement. Overwhelming stuff, ready-made for peak time performances at the mainstage, leaving the audience defenseless for its instant energy.

It’s exactly that balance between hallucinant vocals and fierce, bass driven rhythms that sets this tune on fire, underscoring once again DVBBS is a production team to be reckoned with. Ten years in the run, the love is far from over.

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