Twocolors Teams Up With Islandic Pop Singer Ásdís For Their Latest Banger ‘Gravity’
By Akshay Bhanawat – February 8, 2023 0
World-renowned artist and producer-duo twocolors are oﬃcially back on Virgin Records with their newest, exciting track ‘Gravity’ together with islandic pop/dance singer Ásdís.
It is a thrillingly contrasting oﬀering to their recently releases for the ‘TC/TC Edition 002’ EP which highlights the darker, grittier sides to their artist DNA.
With lighter vibes and refreshing energy, this incomparable banger features twocolors’ impressive production skills and signature style, while still surprising listeners with unheard inﬂuences in the best ways.
With both dance enthusiasts as well as pop fans in mind, the combination of infectious rhythms and lush euphoric undertones is set to impress; not only on – but also oﬀ the stages and get stuck between ears. The pair is ready for starting the new year with ‘Gravity’ together with Ásdís who is known for her talent to combine Scandinavian pop with dance music.
Internationally she is known for co-writing Sophie Simmons’ ‘Love Turns Lonely’ and especially in Germany she gained attention through her collaboration with Glockenbach with their single ‘Dirty Dancing’. The track gained more than 21 million streams only on Spotify and landed at #3 in the German airplay charts.
twocolors has remixed songs for global start like Black Eyed Peas & Shakira, Jessie J., Topic, Lost Frequencies, Rammstein, Emmitt Fenn, Banners and many more over their past months.
Their major-label debut ‘Lovefool’, an infectious rework of The Cardigans’ classic, has generated over 3.8 billion streams across global DSPs, peaked #4 in UK Shazam Discovery, #21 in the Global Shazam Charts with over 4 million tags, trended in the ‘Top 20’ in over 30 countries and generated just shy of 1 million TikTok creations. Their follow-up singles ‘Passion’ and ‘Bloodstream’, ‘Feel It 2‘ & ‘Heavy Metal Love’ amassed over 90 million streams combined only on Spotify.
With many more exciting projects planned in the upcoming months, twocolors remain a must-watch act not to be missed.