Five 16 year old Swedes combine forces with Canada-based Aki Nair for a record that saw its primal premiere in the most recent episode of Tiësto’s highly-esteemed Club Life show. Coming back from their first ever release, on Spinnin Records’ Confidence label, Hanell & Rosberg are back as 9Five teaming up with Aki Nair again and now also with the three youngsters of Salty Fever. Going in the footprints of Sweden’s unprecedented DJ and producer export within electronic dance music, Swedish House Mafia, Eric Prydz and Avicii included, our somewhat small country unfolds another five prime examples of the fruitful production, of aspiring prodigies and future icons in clubland, Sweden has proven itself capable of over the past years in the aforementioned three, Alesso, John Dahlback and many others. As we now emerge the coldness of the Winter, the times told to be the most prospering for Scandinavians, For The Boys, which abbreviated makes up F.T.B, is unveiled.
Showcasing a dominant growl made up by a progression consisting of electro-house sounds with a dash of progressive influences, discreetly yet notably supported by light synth lines and a sweeping bass, For The Boys shows indications of quality, class and plumpness – three essential ingredients in a club suitable production nowadays. Also containing a playful interlude to pave the way for a Dutch house-influenced stomp of a drop, For The Boys is undoubtedly a red hot follow-up to Funka.