D’Angello & Francis – Warchant

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D’Angello & Francis return to Smash The House with the tribal-influenced “Warchant“.

Leading on from their already-epic collaborations on Smash The House including “Shake” featuring Harry Apex and “Kings” with Nino Lucarelli, the Belgian duo of D’Angello & Francis are back with the heavy-hitting “Warchant”.

Taking winding militant-style beats that flit in double time between chants of “Hey!”, before a spacious breakdown allows for space to project a linear, rising vocal in between war drums primed for battle; make no mistake, this one is as bombastic and fierce as they come. Huge big-room synths set alight the second half of the track with tribal influences, nodding to a diverse range of cultures that the guys add their own personal spin on with this weapon that is unmistakably set to dominate the festival season.

With the boys already receiving support from label heads Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, as well as Afrojack, Bassjackers, Yves Vand more, their rapid rise is a site to behold as they continue to breakout as part of the new-school generation of electronic dance music.

D'Angello & Francis Warchant

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D’Angello & Francis return to Smash The House with the tribal-influenced “Warchant“.

Leading on from their already-epic collaborations on Smash The House including “Shake” featuring Harry Apex and “Kings” with Nino Lucarelli, the Belgian duo of D’Angello & Francis are back with the heavy-hitting “Warchant”.

Taking winding militant-style beats that flit in double time between chants of “Hey!”, before a spacious breakdown allows for space to project a linear, rising vocal in between war drums primed for battle; make no mistake, this one is as bombastic and fierce as they come. Huge big-room synths set alight the second half of the track with tribal influences, nodding to a diverse range of cultures that the guys add their own personal spin on with this weapon that is unmistakably set to dominate the festival season.

With the boys already receiving support from label heads Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, as well as Afrojack, Bassjackers, Yves Vand more, their rapid rise is a site to behold as they continue to breakout as part of the new-school generation of electronic dance music.

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