One of Australia’s most prolific producers, Go Freek returns with an emotive dance release, dropping ‘Days Go By’ via Club Sweat. Layering impassioned and sentimental vocals over a deep and full-bodied bassline, ‘Days Go By’ finds equal parts relevance representing gratitude or providing that spark to ignite the wildest of underground rave caverns. True to form as the track progresses, Go Freek places his foot down on the sonic gas pedal adding signature tech textures to fashion an exhilarating finale. A track designed to exhibit gratitude to the comrades helping through the tough times, earmarks Go Freek dropping yet another defining single.
On the premise behind ‘Days Go By’, Go Freek said, “It’s a song about gratitude. but taking you to a place that feels like a rave deep in the jungle with snakes on strings, gorillas bashing on drums and gigantic elephants hitting it hard and deep on the trumpet.”
Go Freek has become a leading force in the club scene locally and internationally, since breaking out with his ARIA Gold-certified single ‘Define’, a collaboration with ARIA awarded dance producer Dom Dolla which has gone on to score over 50 million streams across platforms. Since then, Go Freek has gone on to release cross-over records such as, ‘Love Is The Weapon’, and ‘One Question’, while he recently released ‘Deep Cut’ on deadmau5’s own label Hau5trap. The Sydney artist’s extensive list of tech groovers have garnered support from the likes triple j, SiriusXM, EDC Radio, Happy Mag, Acid Stag, Amnplify, and Purple Sneakers and endorsements from tastemakers such as Idris Elba, FISHER, Camelphat, Claptone, Anna Lunoe, Christian Martin, Porter Robinson and Diplo. Cementing himself as one of Australia’s go-to producers, Go Freek has produced official remixes for PNAU’s hit single ‘Solid Gold’ plus more recently Choomba’s ‘Say It’ and Deadmau5’s ‘Channel 43’. Having played at festivals such as EDC Vegas, Nocturnal Wonderland, and Paradiso, and Australian house caves such as Chinese Laundry, Fat Controller, and Prohibition just to name a few, Go Freek is no stranger to soundtracking those intimate dancefloor experiences.
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