Italian DJ and producer JORA has dropped the curtain on his latest single, an anthemic dance tune called "One Last Time."
"One Last Time" is a vocal-driven house banger that belongs on the mainstage. Spellbinding chord progressions combine with eerie pads for a festival-ready arrangement, which rumbles with the dark punch of a modern "future rave" track. The vocal performance of Norah B. here is also not to be ignored, as the songstress contributes a powerful topline atop JORA's pulsing synths.
The track arrives by way of the leading Spanish record label Blanco y Negro, which is known for its progressive and tech house releases.
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Inspired by David Guetta and MORTEN's patented "future rave" sound, JORA is one of the top prospects pushing the genre in the electronic scene. Having been a resident at a number of top Italian nightclubs, his music has been supported by industry heavyweights Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Nicky Romero, and Kryder, among others. That list is sure to grow as the live music scene continues to reopen in the wake of COVID-19.
You can listen to "One Last Time" below.