Vancouver’s very own Young Bombs return to the spotlight with their captivating new single, ‘Magnets In The Dark’ featuring ethereal vocals of Lizzy Land. The mesmerizing production, co-penned by Lizzy Land (Alesso), and 3x RIAA Gold and Platinum songwriter CVBZ (The Chainsmokers, Cheat Codes), promises to reverberate throughout dancefloors across the world. Renowned for their scintillating production style, the duo seamlessly amalgamates elements of pop and melodic house, creating an invigorating and contemporary sound that transcends both radio airwaves and pulsating club scenes. ‘Magnets in the Dark’ is out now and available to stream across all platforms via Sony Music Canada.
“Magnets In The Dark” paints the evocative narrative of two people in a crowd that discover their intense attraction to one another. Their powerful connection, as if magnetic, enables them to fluidly find each other amongst the many shadow-figures in the night. The production stands as a testament to Young Bombs’ unparalleled prowess in crafting sonic experiences that not only captivate with infectious hooks, but also resonate deeply, leaving an enduring imprint on listeners. With a meticulous approach, their craftsmanship is evident in each intricate layer of their productions, from heart-racing rhythms to haunting melodies that echo that linger in the mind’s soundscape.
Emerging as luminaries in the realm of dance music, Young Bombs continues their meteoric ascent, boasting an impressive legion of nearly 1 million monthly active listeners and a staggering 215 million Spotify streams. This past Spring, they lent their touch to Griffyn’s hit track “Forever” and set the stage alight at Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas. As their Summer tour continues in full swing, fans can anticipate their return to Victoria, BC for a performance at Rifflandia on September8, followed by a tour stop in Charleston, NC on October7. Continuing to forge their own path, Young Bombs continues to etch a lasting legacy upon the vast tapestry of the dance music space.