Dada Life - "Tic, Tic, Tic" feat. Lzzy Hale (audio) (premiere)

by PopMatters Staff

25 February 2016

"Tic, Tic, Tic" crackles with live energy and primal rhythm likely to turn the dance floor into a massive pogoing maelstrom of raised arms and blissed out faces.
 

Sweden’s Dada Life (Olle Corneer and Stefan Engblom) have been around as a duo for ten years now and in that time they climbed the dance charts, played every major festival, built a massive fanbase and released a hugely successful record, The Rules of Dada (2012). Dada Life is so popular on the dance scene that several club dates have turned into riots after the clubs couldn’t contain the vast crowds. Now Corneer and Engblom are back with a banging new single “Tic, Tic, Tic” that features rocker Lzzy Hale from Halestorm on vocals. The song crackles with live energy and primal rhythm likely to turn the dance floor into a massive pogoing maelstrom of raised arms and blissed out faces.
  
Dada Life tells PopMatters that they are “always looking for that specific feeling of happiness and rage at the same time in our music. We really want people to be smiling while they’re hurting themselves. This time we think we really nailed it.” Get ready to move…

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