Carl Cox and Franky Wah release new single, 'See The Sun Rising': Listen

Carl Cox and Franky Wah release new single, 'See The Sun Rising': Listen

Carl Cox and Franky Wah have released a new collaborative single, ‘See The Sun Rising’.

The second link-up between the two artists, following on from last year’s ‘We Are One’, the track’s release comes ahead of Cox’s first album in over a decade, ‘Electronic Generations’, which he announced in June and is set to come out next month.

Speaking about the new cut, Franky Wah said: “I’ve been fortunate enough to collaborate with Carl on a record prior to this one so to work on a second track is just a testament to how smooth the writing process between us is. I visited his home last year and he mentioned he had an album coming out but I had no idea he’d ask me to be a part of it so when the opportunity came, I was honoured. He sent through a handful of ideas but the melody and the song name ‘See The Sun Rising’ really clicked with me.

“I think the record is a perfect combination of both mine and Carl’s underground sound. Fast pumping drums and bass lines Carl is known for and the euphoric breakdowns that I’d like to think I’m known for also. This record is definitely for that peak time moment when the crowd is ready to go on a proper journey.”

Speaking more widely about his new record, Cox said: “I feel very lucky to have the opportunity to share this album. As a live artist and a DJ I get to play all over the world and to see people enjoying the shared experience of being together and dancing. I’ve pulled together all the elements that I’ve learned from watching those crowds, added my sound and tried to bring you a true electronic music experience.”

Listen to ‘See The Sun Rising’ below.

Revisit DJ Mag’s recent US cover feature on Carl Cox here.

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