A master at creating dreamy and meaningful dance music, Felix Cartal has done it again with his new track “Worry,” featuring Victoria Zaro. “It’s a slow day, running in place, trying to stay sane…” begin the lyrics, a phrase that continues on to the triumphant resolution “don’t let my worry’s weight hold me down“. Seemingly radiating summer vibes, “Worry” is the perfect vacation song or every day pick me up this season; empowering listeners as Felix says to “Embrace your worries as a sign that you care deeply about what you’re doing and move forward.” “Worry” is the track is the latest off of Felix‘s upcoming album, “Next Season,” and is out on Physical Presents. With his preceding hit “Faces,” the album is highly anticipated, so stay tuned for its release May 4th.
With his uniquely melancholic, yet dance-floor friendly sound, Felix Cartal has established himself as a force to be reckoned with in modern dance music. 2017 proved to be a monumental year for the songwriter and producer, who was included in Billboard‘s “13 Dance Artists Who Dominated 2017” feature and whose Spotify channel has amassed over 100 million streams. Felix‘s appeal lies in his ability to convey complex emotions through his music, like the hopeful angst of “Get What You Give,” leaving listeners with a positive emotional catharsis. To this effect, “Get What You Give” has soared to the #1 spot on Sirius XM Chill and rapidly climbed the US and international charts, becoming a Certified Gold record in Canada and named one of Billboard‘s “50 Best Dance/Electronic Songs of 2017.” The track recently earned nominations at the prestigious Canadian Juno Awards, for Dance Recording of the Year as well as Producer of the Year. Already in 2018, Felix has released 3 singles and an official remix for Wafia, all of which have topped the Hype Machine charts. With such immense recent successes, we can’t wait to see what’s next for Felix Cartal. Catch him live during his new residency at the famed Drai’s Beach Club in Las Vegas this spring and summer!
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