Current U.S. Dance Radio top 10 artist HARBER teams with multi-platinum Disco Fries on latest single on Oct. 6.
Multi-platinum DJ/producer duo Disco Fries reunite with current U.S. Dance Radio top 10 and two-time Billboard-charting artist HARBER. The grouping unveils their brand-new collaboration, “Falling For You” (feat. Sydtherockerkid), through Lowly on October 6.
“Falling For You” from Disco Fries & HARBER is a piano-driven, uptempo, dance floor and radio-ready anthem that’s perfect for the Summer wind-down to usher in the Fall season. A stunning vocal performance and stellar songwriting from Sydtherockerkid, coupled with Disco Fries & HARBER’s uplifting and euphoric production, results in a song with melodies and hooks that you won’t be able to get out of your head. Prior to their Lowly collaboration, “Falling For You,” HARBER previously teamed up with Disco Fries (Nick Ditri & Danny Boselovic) on “Nothing,” which was released alongside Luxtides on Spinnin’ Records in 2022.
HARBER is on the heels of a successful U.S. Dance Radio top 10 smash “Medicine” (feat. Sydtherockerkid), which was released on Lowly on June 30 and is currently at No. 12 on the Billboard Dance/Mix Show Airplay chart. U.S. Dance Radio number one duo Disco Fries are hot off the success of their latest studio album, Another World, which was released on July 21 through their Liftoff Recordings imprint. Their album single, “The Edge” with Sarah de Warren, with a remix from Overnight Oats, was recently added into rotation on SiriusXM Chill. On Sept. 29, the HARBER remix of Disco Fries & Ferry Corsten “Love You Loud” (feat. Leon Stanford) saw its official release.
To close out the Summer, HARBER just performed at The Rooftop at Pier 17 alongside NOTD, in addition to his last single release, “Remedy” (feat. Alex Jones). Disco Fries, founders of Finish My Track and their very own Liftoff Recordings imprint, recently held an album release party for Another World as well as released a slew of remixes of tracks from the LP.
Photo Credit: Cam Gilson (HARBER)