Grammy-nominated DJ and producer FISHER has unveiled his hotly-anticipated new single ‘Yeah The Girls’, featuring singer-songwriter Meryll, out now on his Catch & Release label.
Already generating a serious buzz after being teased in his sets throughout the summer, ‘Yeah The Girls’ is a slick, high-energy club cut that combines heavy synth stabs, hypnotic vocals and a deep, pulsating bassline. Shot and directed by Corey Wilson, the masterfully produced and choreographed music video, perfectly captures the playful nature of the track.
The release follows on from the equally raucous reworking of Bob Sinclair’s legendary ‘World, Hold On’ which has already hit 9.3 million streams, and comes amidst a typically busy summer for FISHER, which includes his all-new weekly residency at Hï Ibiza, and forthcoming sets at Creamfields, Brunch In The Park Barcelona, Sonus Festival and Zurich Open Air to name but a few.
Known for his wild sense of humour and energetic DJing style, FISHER first burst onto the electronic scene with tracks ‘Stop It’ and ‘Ya Kidding’ and has since become one of the scene’s most in-demand talents. He then dropped ‘Losing It’, his breakout track that earned him his first Grammy nomination. Fast-forward to 2022 and the track has now amassed over half a billion streams – cementing its status as one of the biggest dance records of the decade in the process.
Meryll’s soothing voice and dreamy lyrics are a perfect match for EDM. Inspired by both a broad range of pop artists and a love for the rave, she writes songs for the dancefloor, and has released across multiple genres with the likes of Sub Zero Project, Dynoro, HVME, and Future Class.
LA-based photographer and creative director Corey Wilson has travelled the globe shooting editorial features, global ad campaigns and landing over 40+ magazine covers. His photography and creative direction work has been with brands such as Polo Ralph Lauren, Aston Martin, Apple, Mercedes Benz, GAP, Oakley and many more.
Another undeniably infectious dance track, ‘Yeah The Girls’ sees FISHER continue his unstoppable rise.