Felix Cartal Launches Video for 'Get What You Give'
The official video for Felix Cartal's infectious version of the 1998 New Radicals hit, 'Get What You Give', was released today and can be seen below. Infused with a sense of wonder, the clip follows a boy and girl as they meet and embark on a magical summer together, falling in love for the very first time."It's a video about friendship and the emotions around music in your life," explain Danish directors Jonas Risvig and Frederik Borg (Pusha T, Scarlet Pleasure), who shot it in Copenhagen. "We wanted it to look like a small, boring suburb and then transform it all into a fairytale-like place, to show that when you are in love, you're just happy with everything and you see the good things in life." Streams of 'Get What You Give' have surpassed 10 million on Spotify and Apple Music combined, including more than 3.5 million streams in the U.S. alone. The track topped The Hype Machine Popular Now chart, was the #1 most-played track on SiriusXM Chill and placed in the top five of the Billboard + Twitter Emerging Artists chart. It appears on over 200 Spotify playlists, including the influential 'Cardio' The lyric video has more than one million YouTube views across multiple channels. Hailed as a "feel-good" hit by Dancing Astronaut, YOUREDM and Billboard, "Get What You Give" premiered on Anna Lunoe's Beats 1 show. Early supporters on the DJ front include Tiesto, Martin Garrix, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Sam Feldt, Don Diablo and NERVO. "Get What You Give" Remixes (Capitol Records), which includes remixes by DLMT & Vanrip, Bobby Love, Ship Wrek & Part Native and Billon, is available for download and streaming HERE.
The Vancouver native has gone from playing bass in high school punk rock bands to being nominated for a JUNO Award and performing at some of the world's biggest music festivals. Never content to repeat himself, Cartal's artistic evolution has resulted in a unique take on indie dance music, defined by beautiful vocals and driving bass.
"Get What You Give" comes on the heels of the success of Cartal's "Drifting Away" and "Falling Down" and his collaboration with Kaskade, "Fakin It." His official remixes of Kiiara's "Feels," Wafia's "Heartburn" and Selena Gomez's "Kill Em With Kindness" topped The Hype Machine charts.