In 2012, Australian indie home duo Parachute Youth launched their single “Can’t Get Higher Than This,” watching the observe develop into an enormous worldwide success because it topped quite a few charts and garnered essential acclaim.
Parachute Youth have now teamed up with breakout Chicago home music artist John Summit for “Higher Than This” to breathe new life into their hit Sweat It Out tune. The 2021″ rework captures the identical blissful and summery feeling of the unique with a extra energetic flourish.
The pulsating home beat brings energy to the tune with a booming bassline and brisk percussion patterns in a masterstroke of drum programming. In the meantime, the intoxicating vocals and catchy electrical guitar riffs maintain the nostalgic feeling of the unique alive.
“I have been an enormous fan of Sweat It Out for years so after they reached out to me about working with Australian-based Parachute Youth it was a no brainer!” Summit stated in a press launch. “The mix of their easy vocals and synth work together with my home music sound clicked immediately.”
Though he’s been formally releasing music since 2017, Summit’s breakout single “Deep Finish” catapulted him into the general public eye in June 2020. Set to carry out at quite a few festivals this 12 months together with Past Wonderland on the Gorge, Defected Croatia, and Groove Cruise Orlando 2022, the DJ is primed for a monster 12 months.
Parachute Youth cut up methods in 2014, however the two particular person members have gone on to take pleasure in profitable careers. Mat KVon has launched music beneath the moniker Quick Apache on Medium Uncommon Recordings, and Johnny Castro releases beneath the moniker Yeah Boy and has labored with the likes of Liam Payne (One Path), Icona Pop, Sonny Fodera, Sigala, Joel Corry, and Raye.