Stryer reunites with Concrete Castles for newest Rude Service delivery, ‘Stronger’

Stryer is well underway on a red-hot release run. Properly self-proclaimed as the melodic bass anthem of the summer, “Stronger” now extends that streak, arriving as his fifth musical appearance in the year’s first four months via Bear Grillz‘s Rude Service label where the Dancing Astronaut Artist to Watch in 2023 has become quite a staple.

“Stronger” sees Stryer lean into his melodic bass side with chilling melodies giving way to a euphoric opening peak before crescendoing into a bass-riddled latter drop. And he couldn’t do so without Pennsylvania-bred rock band Concrete Castles’ frontwoman Audra Miller, who delivers an angelic top line to the record, which marks the second time that the band and Stryer have teamed up on a track after “Sedated” landed in 2021 the label boss Bear Grillz himself. “Stronger” not only lengthens his rampant release campaign but also comes as further proof as to why he was deserving of that forenamed artist title. It follows his collaboration with FutureExit “Devil Call,” his foray into hardstyle “HEARTACHE” with DEATH CODE and Micah Martin as well as “Counting The Days” and “Goodbye Paradise.” Stream the latest sonic outlet from Stryer below.

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