If you are looking for a track to bring you back to a time when progressive house reigned supreme in electronic music, look no further. Protocol Recordings label head/icon of big room house, Nicky Romero, is back to deliver his edit of Trilane's newest single "Never Forget" featuring Tom Noah. It's a track that holds true to tradition, delivering heartwarming melodies and nostalgic vibes.
The single tells a story of fond memories and past relationships. Noah delivers the heartfelt lyrics with his smooth yet powerful voice. Romero ramps things up by adding in his signature bouncy bass. This is one of those tracks that would light up a stadium crowd worldwide.
"Never Forget" is the third Protocol release from the Swedish duo (consisting of Robin Sherpa and Jonathan Zhou) this year. It follows the singles "Believe" and "Still Think of You" with Loris Cimino, featuring David Shane. They recently released "Wherever I Go" with ANG,featuring David Shane on TNC Recordings. Romero previously worked with the duo back in 2018 on the track "Bittersweet." Currently, it has racked in over 3.5 million streams on Spotify alone.
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For Romero, this track follows up "Everybody Clap," his collaboration with Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike. He also recently came out with a three-part YouTube documentary titled Redefine about his evolution from DJ to media mogul. The Dutch label head will be one of the featured artists to perform at the sold-out Avicii Tribute Concert for mental health awareness on December 5th in Stockholm, Sweden.