Dom Dolla Drops Effervescent Disco-House Track, “Saving Up”

After a series of chart-topping releases throughout the year, including "Eat Your Man" and "Rhyme Dust," Dom Dolla has returned with his latest single, "Saving Up."

Released under the banners of Three Six Zero Recordings and Ministry Of Sound UK, the track embodies the essence of feel-good disco and house. Weaving together uplifting synths, soulful vocals and an infectious house beat, "Saving Up" radiates warmth and explores the idea of saving time for loved ones.

Sharing the inspiration behind the song, Dolla recounted a moment in the UK last year. After a busy summer of touring, he and his friends found themselves in a captivating studio with a picturesque view of the beach, where Fatboy Slim hosted his "Big Beach Boutique" event. 

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Despite being far from home, the Australian house music superstar felt a surge of creativity and a desire to create a record that would remind him of the importance of nurturing his bonds with loved ones. Although he often prefers solitary songwriting, the collaborative effort with friends Clementine Douglas, Caitlin Stubbs and Toby Scott felt serendipitous for this particular track.

Dolla is now touring across the globe throughout the rest of the year. You can grab tickets now and listen to "Saving Up" on streaming platforms here.



Tagsterms:New MusicDiscoDom DollaHouse MusicBy Brooke Bierman

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