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Moodshift Delivers Sophomore Single ‘What About My Love’ [WATCH]

Moodshift is back with ‘What  About My Love’, the hotly-anticipated follow-up to their August-released debut single ‘Chemistry’. Additionally, the DJ/producer trio’s sophomore offering has an exciting music video to go along with its release, starring Stockholm-based model, Emma Frisdell. Out now, the latest musical endeavor to come from the group is available to stream across all platforms.

The single immediately begins with a rich, textured vocal cut alongside a propelling rhythm. Light piano chords are quickly introduced into the sonic space, accompanied by a bouncy house beat that carries throughout the track’s entirety. Overall, the light-hearted, yet relentless four-on-the-floor energy effortlessly propels the song into another realm all of its own. A feel-good romp from start to finish, the highly-anticipated follow-up from Moodshift is sure to be a certified dancefloor filler, primed for those long nights out post-lockdown.

The visual accompaniment to the single opens with a disoriented girl awakening alone in a forest. Stylishly clad in a red leather jumpsuit and knit hat, VOGUE featured model Emma Frisdell traverses her way throughout the depths of the woods, seemingly driven by a strong force. She falls down but gets back up again, as the force pulling her is stronger and determined to get her to her destination.  Stumbling upon what can only be described as a mood shifting portal into a different reality, viewers are teleported into a technicolor dreamland. A perfectly-executed visual companion piece to the track, the music video effortlessly depicts the sonic journey behind ‘What About My Love’, not to mention additional tracks in the Moodshift universe.

Check out the music video below, and stream the single on your favorite platform here.

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