Fred again.. called an audible on the release of his upcoming album Actual Life 3—and turned on the lights.
A week ago, Fred again.. announced that his upcoming full-length would be taking a backseat to instead spotlight one of the project's hotly anticipated singles, a collaboration with Swedish House Mafia and Future.
The ascendant producer's savvy switch just paid off. With "Turn On The Lights again.." Fred again.. and Swedish House Mafia gin up a multi-genre infused hit that's sure to land at the warehouse rave and the club alike. The artists tap into an energizing house groove and top it off with a vocal-based lead that echos ghost-like throughout the sonic spectrum.
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Swirling in reverb and delay, the production pairs well with Future's commanding presence. Due to the track's interpolation of Future's 2012 single "Turn On The Lights," the I Never Liked You artist joins a growing list of household names from the world of hip-hop who have tapped into house music in recent memory including fellow Swedish House Mafia collaborator A$AP Rocky.
As for Fred again..'s upcoming album, the full record is expected to be released in a matter of weeks.