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  • Linney's New Single "Daisies" Is a Diary of Resilience



    Linney turns introspection into a universal anthem of triumph with "Daisies," a narrative spun from the threads of overcoming her toughest times.

    For Linney, "Daisies" is a personal journey back to the stage after a year that saw her career momentarily paused by ACL surgery. However, she emerged not only healed, but also reborn, reminding us that clear skies are inevitableΒ after every storm.

    Produced by Linney herself, "Daisies" blooms with life thanks to its percolating melodies and danceable rhythms. Painting pictures of resilience and renewal, the song invites fans to find their footing on the dancefloor of life, moving with the confidence. Check out the new track below.

    Linney's dominance in the dance music scene has been unmistakable as of late, particularly following the success of "Desire," a collaboration with Nicky Romero and TELYKAST that has taken the Beatport charts by storm, securing its place at the top for multiple consecutive weeks.

    The song's infectious energy and Linney's surprise performance during Romero's set at Ultra Miami earlier this year have solidified it as an early festival favorite in 2024.

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    "Daisies" is out now via Helix Records. You can find the new single on streaming platformsΒ here.

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