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KLINGANDE & BRIGHT SPARKS
Messiah (Tony Romera Remix)

French DJ and producer Tony Romera has remixed Klingande & BRIGHT SPARKS’ new single ‘Messiah’

Romera delivers a club-ready interpretation of ‘Messiah’, fit with catchy piano hooks and powerful sirens. The impressive rework loses none of the emotional elements that characterise Klingande’s hypnotic original track.

Hailing from the city of Lyon, Tony Romera burst onto the EDM scene with a slew of French house-inspired beats. He’s since released on powerhouse labels such as OWSLA, Mad Decent and Confession, while remixing tracks from Calvin Harris, Nicky Romero and Diplo, amongst others.

Klingande’s latest single ‘Messiah’ will feature on his eagerly-awaited debut double album, The Album. Set for release on November 15, the LP will be comprised of two sides, with CD1 showcasing brand new original productions including recent offerings ‘Sinner’ with Stevie Appleton, ‘Ready For Love’ with Joe Killington & Greg Zlap and ‘By The River’ feat. Jamie N Commons. CD2 will be filled with the French producer’s previous hits, including the multi-platinum selling single ‘Jubel’, ‘RIVA’, ‘Pumped Up’ and ‘Wonders’.

Klingande completed the North American and European legs of his ‘The Intimate Tour’ earlier this year. He has since performed at a string of high-profile summer festivals, including the Montreux Jazz Festival and Germany’s AirBeat One Festival, as well as returning to the iconic Tomorrowland. This November, Klingande will embark on a national tour of his native France - see dates below. 

Tony Romera’s remix of ‘Messiah’ transforms it into a dancefloor weapon yet loses none of what makes the original shine.