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FANGS is back in action with a brand new dance floor heater. While he first started releasing music in 2017, he's aimed to take over in 2018. In just this year alone he's released a handful of hits such as "This Is How We Do It," "Bones," and "Venom." With his latest work, he's prepared to impress once again.

"Waiting All My Life" is a tech house weapon designed to get everyone on the floor moving. Featuring the vocals of Megan Gage, FANGS has once again shown us why he's one to watch in 2019. 

If this wasn't enough FANGS for you don't worry, there's more in store next year. If you need something a bit sooner, you'll be able to catch his live debut at OMFG NYE in San Diego alongside premier talents such as Kaskade, ILLENIUM, Porter Robinson, and many more. Find tickets here.

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