Album: single release only (2012)
Charted: 22


  • This prog-house tune is a single by Swedish house producer and DJ Avicii. The song features an unaccredited vocal contribution from Swedish singer Salem Al Fakir. Having been floating through the blogosphere for over a year, the track was finally released as a singer on April 27, 2012 in the United Kingdom.
  • The video featuring clips from Avicii's show from NYE in New York City and his New Year's Eve gig in Niagara Falls.
  • Speaking with Digital Spy, Avicii explained his inspiration for the song: "Some people get inspired by a feeling, but I'm mostly inspired by melodies," he said. The person who co-produced this track with me is incredible - he can play every instrument you can think of. We took as much of that as we could and tried to make it dance-friendly and something different from what is in the charts now."


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