If you don't follow electronic music closely, you might see the name Dirty Vegas and wonder why it sounds familiar. And there's a good reason why: the British electronic duo's hit "Days Go By" launched them into international stardom in 2002, landing their music in commercials, video games and charts across the world, as well as winning them a Grammy for Best Dance Recording.
The guys recently announced details behind the plans for their next project: their fourth studio album, Photograph. Due out in September of this year, the guys will join Italian dance label d:vision for the release, which will include a few single releases from last year and their latest, "Do What You Feel." The track has brought many remixers to the table, including Timo Jahns, Zwette and Paul Vinx. And according to Paul and Steve, it's the best work yet that hearkens back to their club music days. But today, we've got a special look at the original's video.
The catchy and uplifting story behind the vocals is brought to life through the story of a robot finding his voice and overcoming his fears.
July 17, 2015
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