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  • Electric Polar Bears Team Up With Vocalist Katie Sky For Invigorating Single, “Cold Shoulder”


    The masked boys of Electric Polar Bears are continuing to make waves in the dance scene following their massive release of over 10 original tracks and remix packs over the course of 2021. They have an impressive list of collaborators, from working with superstar Paris Hilton to massive Australian artist, tyDi

    Now, they’re back, this time teaming up with immensely talented vocalist Katie Sky (credits include: Ultra, Circus, OWSLA), for the melodically driven pop-dance song, “Could Shoulder“. It’s a sizzling track sure to warm you up in the dead of winter. Katie provides a captivating vocal that pairs perfectly with the upbeat, emotionally charged arrangement provided by EPB. The drop is big and can’t help but send thoughts of main stage festival vibes through your head.

    “I loved writing this one – I knew the boys [EBP] always like getting something about Ice or Snow in their songs because they are the polar bears, of course haha! So when I came up with the ‘Cold Shoulder’ song title, I knew that was what I wanted to create the song around. It’s about one of those love/hate relationships where both people have strong personalities & clash continually. Sometimes we can chase the drama and arguments and mistake it for passion, maybe just to make life more interesting.” – Katie Sky 

    Listen to “Cold Shoulder” by Electric Polar Bears ft. Katie Sky below!

    This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Electric Polar Bears Team Up With Vocalist Katie Sky For Invigorating Single, “Cold Shoulder”

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