Saveus – Levitate Me review

WARNING: THE VIDEO IN THIS ARTICLE HAS BEEN IDENTIFIED BY EPILEPSY ACTION TO POTENTIALLY TRIGGER SEIZURES FOR PEOPLE WITH PHOTOSENSITIVE EPILEPSY.

Continuing our love of European electronica, we bring you Danish producer, songwriter and vocalist, Saveus. Earlier this month, the musician dropped his debut single on Spotify, but you can find it all over the internet, including on YouTube with its sufficiently trippy video, below. Well worth a watch for reasons that are akin to the entertainment of optical illusions, the track’s powerful chorus distinctly matches the visuals.

The Copenhagen artist has already been compared to the likes of Sigma and Chase and Status, and a listen to the track will make it clear why – a piano lead opening gives way to a choir-esque vocal section before the spectacle of the chorus takes hold. It’d be easy to see this track on Radio 1Xtra, if not its sister main station. There’s nothing that could stop this track from international success – the perfect single format with an addictive sound and simple brilliance. Like if Avicii got his hands on a piano.

If the video isn’t for you, you can also check it out on SoundCloud, below.

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