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Klingande will perform at The Crocodile on October 26, 2014 at 9:00PM.
After hitting No. 1 at Hype Machine (twice!), receiving 30 million combined views across YouTube, an additional 6 million plays on Soundcloud, French duo Klingande are poised to release their UK debut single 'Jubel' on May 11th on One More Tune.
'Jubel' is already a massive success in Germany after spending 5 weeks at #1 and is firmly established as a huge international smash hit with #1 placings in 15 countries as it became the most Shazamed track across Europe. Its popularity has since spread globally maintaining its Top 10 position in Shazam's Global Chart for several weeks now.
Commencing with a simple percussive introduction, 'Jubel' gradually layers together textures of sound before the track's inimitable saxophone hook bursts to the fore to create a euphoric summer house atmosphere. The song also features sultry vocals from an unnamed guest singer.
"With 'Jubel', we wanted to bring love, happiness and this summer feeling to people," they explain. "We love using the saxophone because it's a powerful instrument with a warm sound that expresses different emotions and feelings."
Both Klingande and 'Jubel' are named after Swedish words due to the duo's love of the nation's house music: 'Jubel' meaning joy, and Klingande taken fron the word for sounding.
Formed in December of last year, Klingande consists of childhood friends Cédric and Edgar, two 23-year-olds from Croix in northern France who formed the duo after being united by their love of electronic artists such as Klangkarussell, Bakermat and Nico Pusch. Since January 2014 Edgar decided to spend time on his own projects, still spend time in studio and make some melody for Klingande.
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