by: Jake Gable
Apr 26, 2023
Dating back to Third Party‘s Tomorrowland mainstage debut this past July, the dance music scene has been clamoring for a specific ID. And even more specifically, it was one of Dancing Astronaut‘s most-anticipated IDs of 2023. The track in question is officially known as “Thee Chords (Feel So High),” which many may recall was taken to the top of the Empire State Building courtesy of Martin Garrix. Nine months later and it’s finally here, with Third Party returning to STMPD RCRDS—for the first time since “Lions In The Wild” back in 2016—for their label solo debut.
Expectedly in its final form, “Thee Chords (Feel So High)” swaps out the “Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger” vocal that Garrix had been rinsing for a new vocal mix that they premiered during a monumental LIIIVE show in Liverpool this past December, which was taken further out on the road during their recent run in Asia. And for Jonnie Macaire and Harry Bass’ first unaccompanied trip on STMPD RCRDS, it comes as what’s undeniably one of their finest productions as a duo in recent time, packed with a euphoria-instilled progression and electrifying peak. The wait for “Thee Chords (Feel So High)” is over and can be streamed below.
Unreleased @ThirdPartyLive x HBFS 🔥@MartinGarrix pic.twitter.com/FlX2MmQenc
— Dancing Astronaut (@dancingastro) October 27, 2022
Featured image: Third Party/Instagram