JONAS BLUE & SAM FELDT TEAMED UP TO UNVEIL ENDLESS SUMMER PROJECT

The United Kingdom and the Netherlands have collided with a fun summer project. UK producer Jonas Blue and Dutch Dj Sam Feldt collaborated on Endless Summer to showcase the joy in summer raves. Their newest song “Till the End” featuring artist Sam Derosa is the perfect single to kick off the endless summer vibes.

Official artwork for single “Till the End”

A rave consists of a huge crowd surrounding a Dj that is set to perform their music. Essentially a giant dance party where everyone lets loose to the sound of some awesome house music. What is better than a nice warm day with some great music blasting while the breeze blows through your hair? To Jonas Blue and Sam Feldt nothing is better than the positive energy you experience at a rave.

“Till the End” will make you feel sun-kissed with its euphoric style and classy beat drops. Sam Derosa’s beautifully-sung lyrics, making you want to get up and dance around. This song definitely puts you in the rave mood. Put your fist in the air, strobe lights on and sink into the euphoria.

“Till the End” sparks a new chapter for both Dj’s as they are currently some of the most popular dance artists. Jonas Blue has collaborated with many popular artist such as Liam Payne, Sabrina Carpenter and Ava Max, creating songs that you’ll always want to listen to. Sam Feldt is best known for his platinum-selling version of Robin S’s famous “Show me Love”. “Till the End” is certainly no different.

The Endless Summer project will be touring the world during 2022 and playing B2B sets at several festivals.

Get in the Endless Summer mood with Jonas Blue’s Spotify playlist.

Follow the official Endless Summer Instagram using handle @weareendlesssummer.

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