Fresh from their sold-out ADE (Amsterdam Dance Event) party, popular U.K. duo Third Party (Jonnie Macaire and Harry Bass) have unveiled their massive new single, “Come With Me,” a euphoric production that perfectly encapsulates the seismic progressive sound has made the pair famous.
With moody vocals, “Come With Me” flaunts a huge festival-ready drop and emotive hands-in-the-air hook, spreading the message that music is the ultimate healer via the poignant lyrics: “No one has to be alone,” “If it gets colder, I will help you find the light.”
The duo’s Release Records label, widely acknowledged for high-tempo club-ready anthems, has previously shared anthems from Sentinel, Matt Nash, David Pietras, and others.
With Third Party recently airing “Come With Me” to eager reception in their set at Manchester’s Don’t Let Daddy Know festival, 2018 has proven to be another groundbreaking year for the British combo, who are currently working on their second studio album.
When the single dropped on Friday (Nov. 9), the duo played Insanity Club in Bangkok, and the hotly anticipated Waterzonic Festival in Yangon, Myanmar, the next night.
Macaire and Bass shared their feelings with Billboard Radio China in an email interview: “Asia is one of our favourite places to perform so being back there to perform just as our new single ‘Come With Me’ drops is totally perfect timing. Over the last couple years we’ve seen this huge boom in the Asian EDM market that we’ve been lucky enough to be a part of and it definitely feels like we’ve been taken into the hearts of fans.
“They meet us in huge numbers at airports with our latest merch, they go wild at the shows, they sing along to all the words and melodies — it’s crazy! We really couldn’t be more grateful for the love and respect they give us every time we visit.”
With 2017’s debut album, HOPE, spawning several iconic productions — including “Live Forever,” “Everyday of My Life,” and the Martin Garrix collaboration “Lions In The Wild” (which has almost 30 million Spotify streams), Third Party have played several huge festivals and clubs this year, including Creamfields, Ministry of Sound London, Liverpool Olympia and Ultra Korea 2018.