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Swedish DJ Ingrosso's New Track Is Here, And It's A True Banger

The Huffington Post The Huffington Post 19/02/2016 Hugh McIntyre

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DJ and producer Ingrosso (photo credit Alex Wessely)

Today, world-renowned Swedish DJ Sebastian Ingrosso is back on his own with a new single, "FLAGS!", which is the sort of track that sounds like it will destroy your speakers...and then actually does. Rarely does bass smack this hard on purpose, and while it was a risky production choice, it has paid off beautifully. The song is based around a somewhat familiar vocal calling for listeners from the front to the rear to "push up that flag in the air," which festival goers will surely be doing to this future hit all summer long.

While it may be labeled as a solo track, Ingrosso isn't actually alone on "FLAGS!". The producer extraordinaire is joined by newly-signed labelmates Salvatore Ganacci and the mysterious LIOHN, both of whom have now made great entrances onto the main stage of the dance production world thanks to this high-profile placement.
Since the breakup of the massively popular dance pioneers Swedish House Mafia a few years ago, Ingrosso has been recording and touring with fellow bandmate Axwell. The two have headlined EDM festivals around the world, but 2016 will see Ingrosso refocus his attention on his own work. The duo, known simply as Axwell Ingrosso, aren't done with, but it has been several years since he lead the charge on his own, and it's time he returned to the practice.
The last time he produced music and released it under his own name, the world took notice, and there is no reason to believe that the same thing won't happen now. Back in 2013, he sent both "Calling "Losing My Mind)" and "Reload" to the top of dance charts everywhere, and they have become EDM favorites...which is just what might be in the near future for "FLAGS!".
"FLAGS!" is available on Soundcloud now, and it will be officially released on March 11th everywhere.

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