The Chainsmokers, a Grammy® Award-winning duo, collaborate with fellow American musician Cheyenne Giles on the club-ready tune “Make Me Feel,” adding another new chapter to their amazing résumé. As the boys lay down a sensual groove, rich in percussion and expansive sound effects, evoking an old-school ’90s feel with flashy synth stabs and vintage vocal samples, it’s a novel foray into contemporary house music. Get in the mood for 2023 with “Make Me Feel,” which is currently available on Musical Freedom.
In a wave of hit success since the mid-10s, globally chart-topping artist/producer duo The Chainsmokers has enriched the ever-expanding electronic music scene with timeless anthems like “Closer,” “Something Just Like This,” “Roses” and “Don’t Let Me Down.” The duo surpassed billions of listens by fusing indie, progressive, and pop genres, always enhancing their distinctive sound with unanticipated nuances.
With friends and fellow US tastemaker Cheyenne Giles, they make a powerful comeback to the dance floor with “Make Me Feel.” He was enthusiastically signed by Tisto for his Musical Freedom label in 2019 after being praised for his big room bounce sound. Since then, he has released club hits like “DVNCEFLOOR,” “Jump Around,” “Non-Stop,” and “Heat.”
With “Make Me Feel,” the lads create a classic piece of dance music by fusing an old-school feel with powerful modern electronic vibes. The song gains speed with a raw, four-to-the-floor beat that is jam-packed with the deep, upbeat beats for which Cheyenne Giles is renowned. The song transitions into a brilliant pace as the groove deepens, accented by captivating horns and snappy vocal samples, before unleashing a chorus that evokes a classic 90s sound, now backed by exhilarating bass chords to lift the mood to new heights.
The finished result is a weapon for clubs that is sure to make people sweat and represents a significant advancement for The Chainsmokers and their pal Cheyenne Giles into more challenging club environments. Already supported by Tiësto, Martin Garrix, Afrojack, Armin van Buuren, Mike Williams, and Lucas & Steve, “Make Me Feel” has all the signs of a 2023 favorite, sure to highlight the world’s dance floors anytime soon.