Dance-pop DJ Jack Trades latest song touches on fickle relationships

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It is the heat of summer, you are single and watching other couples enjoying their days spent together in the sunshine. The thought of your ex may slip into your brain at that point, a completely natural occurrence in the heat of that moment. Changing the game with dance-pop singles that are centered around pitfalls in romantic relationships, noteworthy DJ Jack Trades serves us with his latest single ‘Change Your Mind’ featuring vocals of rising songstress sahara via Physical Presents.

Stream/Download: ‘Change Your Mind ft. sahara’

Interviewed on E-D-M (read interview), the producer was asked what drives his sound, to which he responded: “The key influence for me has always been listening to good deep house music and a lot of progressive trance music. I am a sucker for good chord progressions and that’s something I keep my ear out for to draw inspiration.”

Certainly making noteworthy chord progressions in his music, ‘Change Your Mind ft. sahara’ takes a more club and dance-worthy approach than its predecessors. Prepare to lose yourself in the haze of a romance that is not meant to be. This single has qualities that are hypnotic to the mind and body – a pleasurable experience indeed.

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