Galantis, a collaborative project led by Christian Karlsson, is a certified visionary in modern dance music. The chart topping and genre-bending project can be heard on dance floors globally. At the heels of its celebrated single “Pretty Please” with Jackson Wang, which trended #18 on YouTube globally over its debut weekend, Galantis keeps its pace steady with the help of the ever-evolving NGHTMRE. Still basking in the glow of his aptly titled single “Nuclear Bass Face” with Subtronics and Boogie T, NGHTMRE lends his fluid and intense production style to Galantis to successfully execute “Tu Tu Tu.”
“Galantis has been an inspiration to me for years. I’ve looked up to those guys since the Miike Snow and Style of Eye days. Writing “Tu Tu Tu” with them was a really special experience and something a little different for both of us!” – NGHTMRE
Although Galantis and NGHTMRE come from opposing electronic subgenres, this deep cut is a righteous juxtaposition. Featuring the vocal work of Liam O’Donnell, “Tu Tu Tu” boasts an undeniably catchy and unwavering beat that ultimately shotguns the track into his funky final form. Released with a topical, colorful, and appropriately zealous music video that details the all-too-familiar burden of Zoom meetings and DIY at-home-raves, “Tu Tu Tu” is effortlessly accessible. As Galantis and NGHTMRE continue challenging, refining, and mastering their solo projects, their collaborative triumph is relentlessly formidable.