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Volt & State vs Manse: Falling Down feat. Jamie Drake

Volt & State are the eminent Dutch production duo that have captivated dance music lovers across the globe with their enthralling and emphatic sound. Martijn Kouwen (Martin Volt) and Quirijn Smits (Quintin State) joined forces after they crossed paths online, drawn together by their mutual love for music and production. Marking their territory as one of the most electrifying names in dance music today, they have spun at the Mother Festival Tomorrowland, reached almost 1 million plays on Spotify with their remix of Orjan Nilsen’s ‘Apart’, and had their massive track ‘Rush’ premiered by Nicky Romero at Ultra Miami, gliding its way into the Beatport top 10 upon its release.

Volt & State vs Manse: Falling Down feat. Jamie Drake

Part of the revered Protocol Family, and in fact the first act Protocol have ever committed to on both a management and recordings level, this dynamic duo have received support from some of the biggest names in the game, and are showing absolutely no signs of slowing down! In a short space of time, this double act have demonstrated their astounding talent through consecutive quality releases on some of the most prominent labels, including Spinnin’, Protocol, Revealed and Armada. Smashing the Beatport Charts with their original tracks over the past two years, they have unleashed ‘Fugitive’, ‘Conspiracy’, ‘Rush’, and their monster of a track ‘Black & White’ with Merk & Kremont.

Vindicating their reputation as remix-masters, Volt & State have also emitted adept official edits for the likes of Orjan Nilsen, Nicky Romero, Enrique Iglesias and many more. Reaching well over 50,000 likes on Facebook, and landing sets at some of the world’s most prominent nightclubs and festivals, these two are striding further and further into the limelight. Moreover, with their collaboration with Nicky Romero ‘Warriors’ due for release on March 30, and with a slew of incredible new music lined up over the next few months, this pair are destined to make 2015 their most successful year to date!

Volt & State vs Manse: Falling Down feat. Jamie Drake

Jamie Drake is a songwriter, singer and performer from the Midwest. She’s written and toured with Tim Robbins, sang on Moby’s forthcoming album, and has a variety of projects she’s involved in. Her most recent release was released on Armada Music, an EDM label in The Netherlands, for her song, “Falling Down.” She also portrayed a variety of famous folk singers in the new musical, “Lonesome Traveler,” in an off Broadway production in 2015. Check her website and sound cloud for her work.

Volt & State vs Manse: Falling Down feat. Jamie Drake (Acoustic Version)

Volt & State are back on the Armada Trice imprint with a magnificent tune, in collaboration with Manse and Jamie Drake. The mesmerizing chords immediately grab your attention, while Jamie Drake’s vocals soar across the progressively styled synths until the record bursts in excitement. ‘Falling Down’ is just the record you were looking for and a guaranteed hit on the forthcoming festivals!

Volt & State vs Manse: Falling Down feat. Jamie Drake (Radio Edit)

Volt & State, the eminent Dutch production duo who have captivated dance music lovers across the globe with their enthralling and emphatic sound, are back on the Armada Trice imprint with a magnificent new tune in collaboration with Manse and Jamie Drake. The track features mesmerizing chords, which immediately grab your attention, while Drake’s vocals soar across the progressively styled synths until the record bursts in excitement. “Falling Down,” is just the record you were looking for and a guaranteed hit on the forthcoming festival season.

Volt & State vs Manse: Falling Down feat. Jamie Drake Lyrics:
Summer’s gone, Reminds me of
Crazy love, Came around
from out of town
It does the bound,
and I can feel you now

Get a little bit of show beyond,Get a little bit of show beyond
Get a little bit of sugar sun ,
You might be the one.

Get a little bit of crazy days, Get a little bit of crazy days
Get a little bit of what’s in store
You leave me wanting more

I wanna say,
that I want you,
But I’m afraid
I’ll keep falling down

I wanna say
that I want you now…
But I’m afraid
I’ll keep falling down (2x)

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