It seems the KEVU boys never stop, the Portuguese duo has been on fire so far week in and week out in 2020.

It seems like yesterday the duo saw their track “City of Brass” supported by Blasterjaxx, kickstarting their career with a bang, but it has already been 4 long and arduous years. Real names João Pedro & João Rosário, they have since risen to absolute astronomical heights, being advocates and prophets of the big room sound since their inception.

Over the past few years, they have accompanied the evolution of the sound and much like their mentors Blasterjaxx, KEVU have adapted and risen above hate, featuring releases on Revealed Recordings, Smash The House and naturally, Maxximize. A true example that hard work always pays off, they are always true to themselves and their humble origins whilst striving for the best possible outcome, thus carrying Portugal’s name on their shoulders.

After 2 bomb bangers so far in the span of two months, now comes the third, entitled “Colors” and out on W&W’s revered Rave Culture. Starting out with plucky sounds and an enticing atmosphere, we’re quickly carried to the colorful (pun intended) and captivating melody, backed up by pitched female vocals with a basic lyric. The snare drums build up the energy for the drop, featuring the titanic kicks and energy we’ve come to expect of the KEVU boys. The breakdown shows a different side of the track, engulfing and drowning us in the filtered-out melody, taking us to the second drop for that all-important final shot of adrenaline.

Another great effort by KEVU, feeding big room fans until the next release. Check it out in the link down below!

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