Launched on March 31, 1997, the house-influenced membership staple has been given a makeover by Aino Jawo and Caroline Hjelt, who used to play the unique reduce of their DJ units earlier than forming Icona Pop.
“It’s the final expression of what we wish Icona Pop to symbolize; freedom to be whoever you wish to be, reside life to the fullest, and have enjoyable,” Icona Pop stated in a press release (through Rolling Stone).
“At first it was intimidating once we began to mess around with the thought of constructing a brand new model, however it felt pure and actually got here collectively when Extremely Naté stated she wished to collaborate on our model. We’re past honoured.”
Referring to Ulta Naté as a “legend”, the duo added: “We hope that now we have accomplished it justice.”
Take heed to ‘You’re Free’ beneath:
Extremely Naté shared her pleasure about working with the Swedish duo on the remodeling of her tune, explaining that she “instantly felt good” with Icona Pop’s strategy to the membership traditional. “All of it seems like a giant social gathering with plenty of in-your-face angle, and I’m right here for all of that!” she stated.
“‘You’re Free’ actually is the form of interpretation I had hoped for: to introduce the tune to the following technology of clubbers in a manner that’s not framed as nostalgia, however as very now. It’s so vital to discover a option to bridge the hole when working with such a extremely identifiable, traditional file. And imagine me, many have tried over time!”
The brand new monitor arrives a number of weeks dropped a 10th anniversary remix of their massive 2012 Charli XCX collaboration ‘I Love It’.
“It’s at all times laborious to beat that first imaginative and prescient you might have for a tune, however we wished to take a recent take a look at it along with a few of our favorite new producers and convey it nearer to the expertise of Icona Pop reside in 2022,” the duo stated.