‘Breathe’ finds the producer raising the bar in striking fashion. While rooted in the Swedish house sound, ‘Breathe’ resonates with an uplifting power that will surely see it emerge as a mainstay of playlists across the globe.
The track’s topline comes from Sweden’s popstar Molly Hammar, whose mountainous vocal delivery is the perfect match for Nause’s life-affirming grooves.
“The Nause mask is my identity and I’m investing a lot of time and energy into it,” he states with conviction. “I don’t want to be a silhouette in the background. I want to look people in the eye, connect with the fans and make them feel like they’re part of the energy. It’s not them and me: I want us to party as one.”
And that’s not the full extent of it, either. While the newly-masked Nause is rampaging to the forefront of the stage, he’ll be backed by several LED screens featuring digital musicians performing in identical masks.
A charismatic frontman plus explosive sounds multiplied by innovative visual tech is a formula that’s guaranteed to result in visceral chaos.<br>