Said the Sky and Dabin have joined forces as the collaborative duo Dab the Sky – and they have teamed up with Olivver the Kid for the release of euphoric anthem, “Hero”.
“Hero” is catchy and emotional, yet uplifting and inspirational. The song starts off as a slow ballad, featuring Dabin’s signature guitar melodies and captivating vocals from Olivver, before it erupts into an infectious and climatic beat drop following the chorus.
Said the Sky and Dabin (Dab the Sky) are long-time collaborators and friends – the two previously collaborated on the single “Superstar” with featured artist Linn, and have also toured with fellow DJ Illenium on his Ascend Tour.
The two DJs most recently teased the release of “Hero” in front of a sell-out crowd at New York City’s prestigious Madison Square Garden, and fans have been longing to hear the track ever since.
Both artists continue to release solo efforts outside of Dab the Sky – Said the Sky has found success with his blend of future house, dubstep and trap, he released his debut studio album, “Wide-Eyed”, in 2018.
Meanwhile, Dabin is known for his melodic productions influenced by blues, indie and folk music. He released his most recent studio album, “Wild Youth”, earlier in the year, and also embarked on a solo tour to promote the release.
“Hero” is available now, and you can listen to it below:
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