FISHER UNLEASHES NEW SONG,“WANNA GO DANCIN”
Track Is From His New EP, Freaks, Out Today Via Catch & Release / Astralwerks
“the darkly thumping tech house anthem ‘Freaks’…[is] undeniable in its body-moving effect.” –Billboard
View “Wanna Go Dancin” Pseudo Video HERE
Buy/Stream Freaks EP HERE
Following last week’s release of “Freaks,” the title track from his new EP, FISHER drops another irresistible anthem, “Wanna Go Dancin.” With its indelible refrain “my feet wanna go dancing” the track captures the collective yearning for the day we can all be back in the clubs. View the pseudo video for “Wanna Go Dancin” HERE.
FISHER is featured on New Music Daily on Apple Music.“Wanna Go Dancin” is the second track on the GRAMMY®-nominated DJ/producer’s new EP, Freaks, which was released today by Catch & Release / Astralwerks. Download / stream Freaks HERE.
Placing “Freaks” at the top of the list of last week’s Best New Dance Tracks, Billboard said, “the darkly thumping tech house anthem ‘Freaks’…[is] undeniable in its body-moving effect.” DJ Times predicted, “FISHER looks to dominate the summer once again.” Dancing Astronaut observed, “FISHER’s cheeky nature is kept intact through the infectious, repeating vocal line, ‘Shoes come off and the freaks come out,’ as the track marks itself as an impeccable select for future peak-time festival sets.” This Song is Sick hailed “Freaks” as “a weapon with a relentless bass line and an explosive drop.”
Raised on Australia’s Gold Coast, FISHER became a sponsored pro surfer at age 16 and travelled the world. In recent years, he turned his DJing hobby into a massively successful career. His first two releases,Ya Kidding and his Oi Oi EP, were released on the famed Dirtybird Records.
“Losing It” and “You Little Beauty” released jointly by FISHER’s own Catch & Release label and Astralwerks – each claimed the No. 1 spot on Billboard’s Dance Club Songs chart. Earning a GRAMMY nomination for Best Dance Recording, “Losing It” was the biggest club record of 2018. It became a staple in every DJ’s set, with spins from the likes of underground titans such as Carl Cox, Nic Fanciulli, Idris Elba, Erick Morillo and mainstream artists such as The Chainsmokers, Tiësto and more.
Billboard said, “Australian mad man Fisher has yet to bust on his mission for grooves…Each tune is bassier and funkier than the last.” To date, FISHER has amassed over 400 million combined global streams. Check out his recent two-hour Essential Mix on BBC Radio 1 HERE.