ManyFew Has Released Their Brand New Single “How Would You Know”

Another new single release, this week, has got us loving music as a whole. Swedish DJs, ManyFew, dropped this banger of a song, titled “How Would You Know”, last Friday. It’s a sure-fire hit that we love in every way from the sibling duo we interviewed three months ago.

ManyFew, who consists of brothers Jacob and Victor Andersson, have been gaining traction recently, with their Spotify streams being over three million at the moment. They launched with the track “Don’t Miss You” which was a collaboration with Otto Orlandi and featuring Melanie Fontana, which has now garnered over 2.6 million streams, and they previously released singles featuring Twiggy. This new track, “How Would You Know” follows their addicting single “Where To Go“, and becomes their second release of 2018.

Listen To ManyFew’s New Single “How Would You Know” Here:

This duo sure knows what they’re doing, and it’s exciting to see where they go next with their music. The track is definitely inspired by summer, launching those sun rays through our speakers and right on to our skin. The start is reminiscent of Sigala’s “Say You Do” before it launches into an anthemic tropical house track.

The accompanying vocals are tantalising as if the sun’s rays are just lightly brushing our skin; it’s raspy but in the best way; all the while, the beat comes full force tanning us with pure fire. As for the lyrics themselves, the vocalist asks her lover how would they know how she’s feeling? It’s in regards to a lover she’s saying goodbye to. It’s the perfect summer track that we need to hear on every dancefloor in every club and at every festival that we attend this year.

“How Would You Know” is available to download and stream right now via Awal/Kobalt.

What do you make of ManyFew’s “How Would You Know”? It’s our summer tune of 2018, for sure. Let us know your thoughts on Twitter @CelebMix.

Written by Jonathan Currinn

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