Crafting their own brand of galvanizing festival euphoria for main stages everywhere, Tritonal and Cuebrick collaborate on “Iceland (Viking Clap),” out now via Enhanced Music. The track slowly builds with a crowd chant, sub-heavy tribal hits, before dropping into a flurry of synths and upbeat bass stabs. Seeing the potential within an unfamiliar setting, the collaboration took inspiration from Iceland’s thunderous fans at the recent Euro 2016 Soccer Tournament. “Iceland” has received support from Armin van Buuren and W&W who played it this past weekend at Tomorrowland.
Boasting four Top 10 Billboard Dance singles in the past 18 months, Tritonal have reaffirmed themselves as two of electronic music’s most dynamic producers. With a bevy of singles including “Gamma Gamma,” “This Is Love,” “Blackout” and collaborations such as “Untouchable” with Cash Cash and “Until You Were Gone” with The Chainsmokers, both racking up over 28 million streams via Spotify. This fall, Tritonal will release their highly anticipated full-length album Painting with Dreams, in addition to embarking on an accompanying North American tour, taking the duo across cities including Los Angeles, Las Vegas, New York, Toronto and more.