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Chores Deliver Elegant Dance-House Feat ‘Let Go’ ft. Elaskia [EDM Sauce Premiere]

Enigmatic New Zealand duo Chores returns to the limelight once again with their brand new dance romp “Let Go.” Featuring upstart Aussie artist Elaskia on vocals, “Let Go” is available worldwide on Thursday, August 26, and comes on the heels of Chores' debut EP Working From Home. Today, we've got the exclusive first listen of “Let Go” ahead of its universal release.

An infectious dance floor heater, Chores effortlessly combines the best of polished pop and sweeping house grooves in their newest. Catchy four-on-the-floor basslines catapult the track from its onset, as Elaskia's enchanting vocal performance holds listeners until its last fleeting note. For fans of Hayden James and Duke Dumont alike, Chores is the perfect new artist for eager fans to put on their radar.

“This song is about getting a second chance at something,” explains Chores, “feeling like you didn't give something your all because you're scared to fail is definitely not as bad as the feeling of regret when you don't. That's what this song focuses on – not holding anything back anymore and not being afraid of what the outcome is.”

Check out the exclusive first listen of “Let Go” below, and find the track on your favorite platform here.

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