Swedish DJ/Producer Manse & German Cuebrick team up for the first time for a stunning modern progressive anthem called “Runaway”
Manse is one still a relatively “fresh” name in dance music. The swede had his big breakthrough back in 2013, when he won a contest to remix Paris & Simo’s & 3LAU’s “Escape”, opportunity which he didn’t waste. Since then, Manse – real name Michael Hansen – has been keeping progressive alive with tracks like “Freeze Time” feat Alice Berg, “Rising Sun” feat the now disbanded Volt & State, and “Last Night of Our Lives” feat Niclas Lundin – this one is by far his most known track, with an upbeat classic progressive melody, and over 5 000 000 Spotify plays.
His fellow collaborator has been around for a while now. Since having his breakout year in 2014, Cuebrick has been standing strong with his high-quality productions which have gathered support over the years by the likes of Hardwell, Steve Aoki and The Chainsmokers to name a few. More recently, Cuebrick released a wonderful collaboration with Jochen Miller entitled “T-Shirt”, which we wrote an article about as well.
Now, the time has come for these two rising talents to show what they have, and so we get “Runaway” feat IIVES. The track starts out with IIVES’ vocals and background strings. With a pleasant chord progression and the typical emotional lyrics comes the build-up, introducing the main melody and gathering steam for the first drop, which has a pleasant ring to it, and summer-y vibes all around. The breakdown is IIVES’ time to shine, with the vocals echoing throughout it coupled with the soothing chords and strings. A cheerful and positive track that is sure to keep you dancing.
You can check out the track in the link down below.