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Rising Swedish duo Trilane have joined forces with popular Mexican electronic group ANG on an emotional yet energetic progressive house track titled "Wherever I Go" featuring vocals by David Shane

Trilane is fresh off a string of releases on Protocol Recordings with Nicky Romero. ANG is coming off a successful debut performance at EDC Mexico. Both camps took that energy and channeled it into a new powerhouse track sure to be played out throughout this festival season. It has already garnered early support from Blasterjaxx, Yves V and Kryder

"Wherever I Go" has all the elements of a successful big room single. There's emotion and power behind the lyrics, which are married with a catchy beat pattern that cranks up the intensity. Filled with atmospheric pads and infectious melodies, this track is bound to get a crowd chanting along. 

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