Havoc & Lawn drop sunkissed new single ‘Girls Come By’
The record follows the duo’s recent remix of ‘Shadows Of Desire’ by Alessandro Martire
Havoc & Lawn
Havoc & Lawn, a rising Italian duo, have released their new single “Girls Come By,” which has been released on Selected on June 4th.
Continuing their string of excellent studio releases, the Reggio Emilia-based duo combines bouncing rhythms, shimmering synths, and hypnotic male vocals in ‘Girls Come By,’ resulting in an emotive and energetic deep house weapon just in time for summer.
It’s their first release on Selected, a prestigious label with over 1.8 billion YouTube views across its extensive back catalog. Artist development and the establishment of Selected artists as powerful players in the global music scene are the label’s primary goals.
Riccardo Mamoli and Simone Prati, two of the most exciting young producers of European dance music, made their debut in 2015 with the launch of their house project Havoc & Lawn. Since then, the hotly-tipped duo has released a string of critically acclaimed singles on labels like Defected, Nervous, Ultra, and Mother Recordings.
They also remixed fellow Italian artist Alessandro Martire’s song “Shadows Of Desire” and collaborated with UK DJ and producer Kideko on the collaborative single “Better Move,” which has over 200,000 Spotify streams in less than three months.