Rocktronic lands on Future Generation

Release - FG 057
Published at 2024-02-19 12:44

Sadbois teams up with SAYWECANFLY & VNDETTA for a rocktronic anthem 

One of the most refreshing trends of 2023 has hands down been the rise of “rocktronic”; the genre known for fusing melodic dance music with rock and pop punk influences. To showcase the emergence of the genre, SayWeCanFly, Sadbois and VNDETTA joined forces for a collaboration which brings together the best of both worlds. Titled as ‘For The Most Part’, the rocktronic anthem is set to be released on the 8th of December, giving the fans of the genre one more song to crybang to before the end of the year.

The artists share their thoughts on the song: “We wanted to create an instrumental that tells a story that builds up to hope which lies in contrast to the lyrics from SayWeCanFly, which tells the story of overcoming heartbreak. When combined together this song captures the rare window of emotion when loss and sadness are overcome in our own heads, allowing us the ability to appreciate what we had while looking forward to the future.”

Coming off hot from their official remixes for rocktronic’s head honcho Illenium, both Sadbois & VNDETTA have been pushing the genre limits further with their unique rock-orientated takes on melodic bass music, with releases on reputable labels such as Ophelia, Subsidia and Circus Records. Add to the picture the fan-favorite singer/songwriter SayWeCanFly, who’s made a name for himself with his indie rock solo career, racking over 100 million streams across all platforms. Besides the super-talented artist’s successful solo venture, which has included 6 studio albums, he’s also featured on songs by renowned artists such as Said The Sky, William Black and many more. 

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