David Guetta and MORTEN’s cutting-edge Future Rave sound returns on their new smash single ‘Something To Hold Onto’, out on 28th July.
This global duo return in style on this Future Rave club banger, combining stunning vocals with captivating house strings and electrifying tones. Featuring a roof-raising lead performance from Radio 1‘s 2022 Dance Awards Vocalist of the Year, in-demand songwriter Clementine Douglas, ‘Something To Hold Onto’ is guaranteed to send sparks flying on the dancefloor. To witness it yourself, you can catch the Future Rave duo every Friday at their Hï residency in Ibiza, with the single launch event taking place on 28th July. The pair are in peak form, having recently wowed the crowd at Brooklyn Mirage in New York with their iconic headline show.
With 800+ million streams across 20+ releases and remixes, David Guetta & Morten continue to dominate the music scene, not forgetting David as the 4th most streamed artist on Spotify. Guetta is fresh off of a legendary run, with over two billion streams combined for the smash hit ‘Baby Don’t Hurt Me’, featuring pop megastars Anne-Marie and Coi Leray,and streaming monster ‘I’m Good (Blue)’,which hit #1 on the UK Singles chart as well as in 15 other territories including Australia, Denmark, Switzerland, Norway and Finland.
Over the past three years, the world-renowned superstar DJ & producer has teamed up with Danish phenomenon MORTEN to create a brand-new dance music culture by unleashing their pioneering ‘Future Rave’ sound. Emerging from their desire to play something new in their sets, the inventive genre reflects their vision on the future of electronic dance music: fresh and innovative. Both David & MORTEN are heavily inspired by the underground, and they have made it their trademark to bring sounds and formats from the underground and present it to the masses. With Future Rave, the duo is bringing the best elements of both the EDM and underground scenes together, while keeping the cutting-edge sound ever-evolving. Future Rave builds bridges between the energy and the hooks of EDM, the futuristic sounds of techno and the emotion of trance and (future) house.
After a sold-out US tour in 2022, which saw the pair perform at Exchange LA, Brooklyn Mirage and in front of millions on the mainstage of EDC Las Vegas, David Guetta and MORTEN took Future Rave to the iconic island of Ibiza for an astonishing 18-week residency at Hï Ibiza. This season, following an iconic show at the Brooklyn Mirage in May, the Future Rave excitement returns to Ibiza for a series of highly anticipated events. Supported by the entire industry, DJs worldwide are loving this new era in dance music and bring the hard-hitting sound to their sets. Future Rave isn’t just a sound, it brought a wave of new energy to the DJ community and created an entirely new culture amongst fans of electronic dance music.
Joining the Future Rave party on ‘Something To Hold Onto’, songwriter, vocalist & producer Clementine Douglas has become a go-to writer-singer for the UK Dance world over the past 18 months, rounding off 2022 by winning Radio 1‘s Dance Awards Vocalist of the Year. With cuts including P!nk, Riton, MK, Galantis, Major League Djz, Chase & Status, David Guetta, TSHA, Sub Focus, Dom Dolla, current Sonny Fodera collaboration ‘Asking’and more to come, her ability to breathe life into tracks and take them to the next level is up there with the best. Continuing her fast rise, she is currently working with Rudimental, Fraser T. Smith, Blessed Madonna, Meduza, Jax Jones, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and more.
With over 40 billion global streams in addition to this year’s ‘Producer of the Year’ win at the BRITs and DJ Mag’s #1 DJ for the third year running, David Guetta has now skyrocketed to #4 most streamed artist on Spotify globally,selling over 50 million records worldwide in a career in which he has reached top position across I-Tunes charts over 113 countries and achieved over 24 million Spotify followers worldwide.
An electrifying new Future Rave classic, ‘Something To Hold Onto’ shows David Guetta and MORTEN at the peak of their powers – and at the pioneering frontier of house music.