Unidentified duo Pushing Daizies makes their official debut with the future bass inspired track “Want It To End,” released on Dim Mak Records, a groovy and yet emotive vocal anthem that introduces their signature sound. The track’s accompanying lyric video features a simple and yet powerful illustration of two daisies in a storm, bringing the symbolic nature of the duo’s name full circle. Pushing Daizies is composed of two US producers who initially intended to just work together on a few collaborations; however, their workflow during studio sessions held so much promise that the project was born. It was soft-launched this year on January 08 with an official release of their remix of Apashe‘s “Distance” on Kannibalen Records, and now it’s time for the first official single.
“The Pushing Daizies project was almost 2 years in the making, and we couldn’t be more excited to finally roll it out. What began as a couple of collaborations ended up turning into a full project with over 20 unreleased originals. I think the fact that the intention was never to form a duo, and was purely organic, makes this even sweeter. We just hope the world enjoys our music as much as we did creating it.” – Pushing Daizies
Pushing Daizies is the pseudonym of two US-based dance music producers joining forces. The enigmatic duo makes groovy, bass-heavy, electronic dance music that creates an emotional roller coaster, pulling at the heartstrings of its listeners. The project, which initially began as multiple collaborations between the two artists, transpired as their synergy saw no end in sight. “Once we found our rhythm, we knew we had something special. It was bigger than just a few singles. I guess you could say that the project was an accident in the greatest way possible,” said one of the producers. The term “pushing daisies” refers to the flowers that grow over a burial plot when someone dies, which is symbolic of the cycles of life and death, light and dark. Said differently, when someone dies, life is created. We can’t wait to hear what’s next!
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