After his breakthrough debut single “Miami Nights”, Swedish DJ Matt Fella returns with “Enough”, a tropical house tune to shake off the heartache. With a slight touch of dance-pop compared to its predecessor, this release features vocals by debut Gothenburg talent Anna Winblad. She was formerly singing soul but is now making her way into the EDM scene with this collaboration, not unlike the ones Scandinavian DJs like Kygo, Axwell and Ingrosso or Steve Angello have been doing with pop singers in recent times.
Co-produced & co-written by Jonathan Thorpenberg of The Unguided, “Enough” presents us with a badass message we’ve heard through artists like Dua Lipa: Finding your way out of a relationship with your head up and your dancing shoes on. Put it together with Matt Fella’s ability to capture a bit of sunlight inside a magical EDM bottle, and you have a spring hit in its own right.
Previously featured on Heroboard, EDM House Mafia, SUMMER SOUNDS and SoundNation, Matt Fella has been expanding his audiences beyond his native Sweden through remixes that gathered audiences in Europe and USA, as well as his early collaborations with musicians like TGR artist Kevin Faye. His breakthrough came in 2017 with the release of “Miami Nights” under Gothenburg-based Rexius Records, reaching summer-nostalgic listeners at an international scale.
Like a good son of the Swedish musical culture, Matt has been playing instruments since he was a small child. He’s been a drummer and singer ever since he can remember, taking part in a traditional musical training that is not always granted within the current EDM producer and DJ community. This musicality is shown through his understanding of the genre’s simple but quite powerful melodies, and the familiar technical production one can only expect of a Stockholm producer. 2018 awaits him with more artistic collaborations and the release of “Enough” on April the 6th.