First premiered in late 2011, Australian twin sisters Miriam and Olivia Nervo link up with Canadian duo Sultan and Shepherd to officially preview their collective debut on Strictly Rhythm in the form of ‘Army’.

Leading with the infectious melodics that have pervaded their studio outputs, their turn to the slightly more mainstream coasts of urban crossovers sees them bring aboard pop associate turned all-around enthusiast Omarion. Thankfully, their inoffensive radio-friendly offering marks maybe not their most ambitious track to date, but certainly one that hones in on the exciting mainstream capabilities that they all have worked towards.

Out February 5th.

12 Comments to “Preview: Sultan + Ned Shepard & Nervo feat. Omarion – Army”

  • AMAZING!!! but this sounds EXACTLY like Fabio Lendrum – out the water! hmm..

    But I guess they composed this version first because it sais ”first premiered in 2011″ …

  • wtf is this shit? sloppy is hell!! and where is the sidechain on the bass?

  • what a shit :D this is seriously gonna be released ? omg this sucks

  • @FallingUp, yes this version was first, the track was featured on this page about one year ago!

  • pretty good .. quite suprised

  • Nice turn to mainstream. Fortunately, I’ve never really been a fan of their music :D

  • Disgusting.

  • what is this sh*t seriously, no quality anymore in house music it feels like :C

  • @Ye

    Well, this isn’t house music..

  • I like it quite a bit.

  • Looked at the comments and expected much worse… it’s actually not bad at all, but attach Omarion’s name to it and it’s obviously going to get hate. Like what happened to SHM with Euphoria.

  • ”First premiered in late 2011″ Lol. 2012 totally damaged house music with overhyped releases. You cant hype tracks anymore. Took them a year to release THIS track? Haha.

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