"Somebody To Use" has long remained a staple ID in Alesso's DJ sets, with live plays dating back to 2019. Fans can now breathe a sigh of relief after the track finally hit streaming platforms.
Embodying an upbeat feel, "Somebody To Use" is a dance-pop anthem. Downtempo but high-energy, the track tells the tale of someone searching for closure within a one-time fling. Alesso also dropped a "Toxic Mix" alongside the original version of the new tune, which takes on a completely different feel. The song is transformed into a thumping club track with the more progressive feel that longtime fans are used to.
Check out both versions of "Somebody To Use" below.
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Listen to "Somebody To Use" and the "Toxic Mix" on streaming platforms here.