Jonas Blue is a multi-platinum producer based in London, England. Felix Jaehn is a dance DJ and producer from Germany. Not too long ago, they released a lovely visualizer for the ultimate party track, titled, “Weekends.” The magic spark for the song came last September in Ibiza when both artists performed sets at the highly acclaimed summer 2022 residency at Pacha, curated by Robin Schulz.
Jonas Blue and Felix Jaehn – “Weekends” visualizer
“Six feet underground, you’re high without me now. I’m not goin’ out and you’re the reason. I’ll stay in my room, just tryna make it through. Can’t stop missin’ you like every weekend. Damn, I miss you most on the weekends, we go from the floor to the ceiling. Got me jumpin’ down in the deep end. You know that I miss you the most on the weekends. You say you don’t love me anymore. That you don’t feel the way you did before.” – lyrics
‘Weekends’ tells a heartfelt tale about a young guy who misses his significant other. Apparently, this person walked out of his life and left him in the dark. With his eyes closed, he listens to his ex’s heartbeat. Later, he tells his ex-partner, “I can’t sober up from all my feelings. Used to have it all but we don’t talk no more. Wish that you would call like every weekend.”
‘Weekends’ contains ear-pleasing vocals and a post-relationship-based narrative that will resonate well with fans of Anne-Marie, Ellie Goulding, and Tones and I. The dancefloor-ready tune possesses pulsating bass and saturated drum-laden instrumentation flavored with electro-pop and contemporary dance elements.
“I keep the lights down low ‘cause the light shines where you are.”
Jonas Blue has a huge 2023 to look forward to. First, he sold out his London headline show at the Ministry Of Sound on January 27th. He will then take on US residencies just announced in Las Vegas and Atlantic City, while his Spring tour in Japan is selling out fast, with the Tokyo date now completely sold out. Fans can expect lots more live shows this year.
2022 saw a typically stacked touring schedule that included a residency in Las Vegas, regular Ibiza shows, numerous back-to-back sets with Dutch DJ and producer Sam Feldt – his partner in their new collaborative project, Endless Summer – and countless high-profile festival performances at the likes of Creamfields South, Lollapalooza, and Fuji Rock Festival.
“You know that I miss you the most on the weekеnds.”
Now multi-platinum in over 20 counties, Jonas’ releases – which include Fast Car, Perfect Strangers, Mama, and Polaroid – have amassed more than 17 billion global streams, 80 million single sales, and 130 Platinum certifications. The first half of 2022 saw the producer release singles including Why Don’t We collaboration, “Don’t Wake Me Up,” which achieved over 160 million global streams. Also, Jonas sits in the Top 3 most streamed dance acts in the UK.
Jonas’s debut album, “Blue,” is certified Gold in the UK and the US and was the winner of the Brit Breakthrough Award. Jonas has collaborated with a star-studded cast of artists across his career including Becky Hill, Rita Ora, Joe Jonas, Paloma Faith, Liam Payne, Tiesto, MK, RAYE, Nina Nesbitt, HRVY, Raye, JP Cooper, Arlissa, Sabrina Carpenter, and lots more. In addition to his own material, Jonas has produced remixes for the likes of Ed Sheeran & Justin Bieber, James Bay, Ellie Goulding, Regard, Alok, Bastille, and many more. His recent high-profile output includes his remix of “My Head & Heart” by Ava Max, which he also co-produced.
Felix Jaehn is the second most streamed Dance Artist in Germany. He became a household name in 2015 with his tropical house reinterpretation of Chaka Khan’s timeless classic, Aint Nobody. Later that year, he achieved international success with his remix of Omi’s “Cheerleader.” The track shot up to #1 across 55 countries and topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart for five consecutive weeks, which resulted in Jaehn becoming one of the most in-demand electronic acts in the world. His latest record, “Call It Love,” currently sits at #8 on the German Radio Chart and 23 on the European Radio Chart.
Jonas Blue and Felix Jaehn – “Weekends” single
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