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  • Frank Pole & Teo Mandrelli Team Up For Anthemic Dance-Pop Single, “Sick I Guess” ft. Cole Redding [Sovereign Records]


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    Since bursting on the scene with popular remixes for Pink, Khalid, Kelly Clarkson, Tinashe, and Greyson Chance, Frank Pole has created quite the buzz. He also proved his worth with sensational singles, racking up more than 50 million streams on Spotify alone.

    Italian DJ and producer Teo Mandrelli has made a name for himself creating future house with heavy yet smooth basslines and catchy melodies. After honing his chops as a DJ and playing gigs across Europe, he started producing bootlegs of everyone from Moby to Coldplay, and eventually began writing original tunes. Many of his tracks have been supported from the biggest in the industry such Don Diablo, Martin Garrix, Robin Schulz, Oliver Heldens, Tiësto, to name a few.

    Now, the two artists have come together for their highly anticipated single, “Sick I Guess“, featuring the amazing vocals of Cole Redding. It’s an infectious dance-pop single oriented around a helplessly catching bass line that builds into a blood rushing drop that will have you singing along in no time. “Sick I Guess” carries the ability to work on the radio airwaves and the main stages at festivals.

    A balance of 3 different names from 3 different parts of the word, “Sick I Guess,” symbolizes the power of unity, technology, and modern music all in the same go.

    Listen below!

    This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Frank Pole & Teo Mandrelli Team Up For Anthemic Dance-Pop Single, “Sick I Guess” ft. Cole Redding [Sovereign Records]

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