Morgan Page is back on Armin Van Buuren's Armada Music with "Gone My Way", featuring up-and-comer Pex L.
The Grammy-nominated producer (real name Morgan Wolf Page) recently celebrated the 10-year anniversary of his release "The Longest Road" with a remix compilation, featuring artists such as deadmau5 and Vicetone. "Gone My Way" marks Page's first release in 2019, and is definitely setting him up for another bright year.
Exploring a new direction, Page pays slight homage to classic progressive house and complextro on "Gone My Way", and offers a colorful, short-but-sweet experience that packs a lot of energy.
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The melodic single is introduced with catchy vocals and a feel-good atmosphere before stacked saws reinforce the energy of the buildup. The drop is packed with gritty basslines, a variety of synths and upbeat drums; a combination that creates a perfect dancefloor anthem.
"Really proud of this single” Page disclosed. “It merges several different sounds and influences together into one cohesive song. Progressive house, electro-house, elements of complextro, and also future house are merged into one with some ethereal female vocals on top. Pex L and I swapped stems and the song just came together naturally. It's been a really fun part of my live sets recently, and I can't wait for it to be released and for people to hear it!"
Morgan Page has been releasing music for almost two decades. The American producer received a Grammy nomination in 2011 for best remix and released his third studio album In The Air in 2012.