Jordan Nocturne drops new EP, ‘Hands Up’, on System Records: Listen

Jordan Nocturne drops new EP, ‘Hands Up’, on System Records: Listen

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Jordan Nocturne has dropped a new EP.

Out today via Dance System’s System Records, the ‘Hands Up’ EP from the Belfast-born DJ and producer is the first release since his Edits Series on his own Nocturne imprint, and is inspired by the recent return to clubs and dance floors.

“After almost two years of lockdown, I finally played my first gig in September, at AVA festival,” Jordan says. “This reminded me of the energy I’d been missing without clubs, and inspired me to go straight to the studio, where I got stuck in and wrote two fun tracks with club dance floors in mind.”

Supported by the likes of Emerald, Todd Edwards, Peggy Gou, Skream and Coco Cole, ‘Hands Up’ features two high-energy, fast-paced cuts, encapsulating the rave feeling thats been missed by many.

Listen to ‘Hands Up’ below, and purchase the EP here. 

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