Since they initially combined forces in 2009 for the remix on Steve Angello’s signature single, Monday, AN21 and Max Vangeli have found themselves caught in a loop of continued partnership and prosperity. Debuting their first single early last year on Size, followed by the ground-breaking release of Swedish Beauty on Refune, the pair comes off a fleet of hit remixes to tease their upcoming artist album on the record label of Steve Angello further. Having given us tasters of the two lead singles – People Of The Night and Whisper – as premiered by Pete Tong on BBC Radio 1, another offering that has been a regular in their recent shows has come into light. Mainly notable for the soulfulness they’ve managed to render in their top notch outlet over the past year, featuring takes on That Sound, Nothing Better, Always, The Island and, most recently, Save The World, Fresh Start evokes the signature sound they’ve built for themselves brilliantly with numerous, harmonically adapted to one another. As we’re still eagerly awaiting the name of the ID, which many have believed to be a remix of Sweet Disposition, to reveal itself, be sure to get your dose of this glorious piece.

RIP from Sensation White Innerspace in Amsterdam, Holland

AN21 playing the track at Trädgårn in Gothenburg, Sweden during the Size Matters Tour


7 Comments to “Preview: AN21 & Max Vangeli – Fresh Start [Size]”

  • Riktigt jävla tung får fan ståfräs han angellos brorsa kan sin grej trots allt!!!!!

  • Usch så dåligt :/

  • At first I was like: O__O

    but then I was like: -___-

  • Extremt lik you dont have to whisper!

  • @tjenalol that’s because they often use the whisper accapella with this track

  • This was at least waaaay better then both Whisper and People of the Night

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