Wooli and Trivecta Tap Creed Frontman Scott Stapp for Anthemic Single
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Scott Stapp has officially entered the bass music community with open arms. Wooli and Trivecta have hired the front man of Creed for an anthemic collaboration called "Light Up The Sky".

"Light Up The Sky" is a story of growth and how change comes from within. The triumphant feel of the melody helps get this message across as soaring melodies and explosive synthesizers lead the way. Stap's distinct timbre adds to the dominant feeling of the arrangement and helps cultivate an inspiring atmosphere.

On his first foray into electronic music, everything felt natural to Stapp.

“When I first heard the track, I immediately started recording melodies and lyrics. The piano, the builds, crescendos, drops and the general mood connected immediately, ”said Stapp. "I wanted to express the idea that letting go of the inevitable sadness, fear or regret in life is the first step in regaining the kind of intense joy and passion that this track explodes with."

The powerful collaboration was first teased on Twitter earlier this week, where Wooli and Trivecta shared a video of the couple recording in the studio with Stapp in May.

You can listen to "Light Up The Sky," which was released by Seven Lions on Ophelia Records, on streaming platforms here.


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