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Dagny has returned with a brand new track, 'Hit Your Heart'

Teaming up with Steve Aoki, the Norwegian popster return to action in emphatic style.
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Published: 10:44 am, March 08, 2019
Dagny has returned with a brand new track, 'Hit Your Heart'

Dagny has returned with a brand new track.

Teaming up with Steve Aoki, 'Hit Your Heart' sees the Norwegian popster return to action in emphatic style.

Talking about the track, Dagny explains: After watching ‘Hit You Heart’ become a fan’s favourite in our live set, I sent a demo of it to Steve and he immediately wanted to be involved in the production. I wanted it to feel strong and powerful and capture that energy that came upon both us and our audience whilst playing it live - and that’s exactly what Steve added. I’ve been so excited to release this track and I hope it hits people’s heart. Pun intended.”

On the collaboration, Steve Aoki adds: “This collaboration came naturally I think to both of us. Her voice is so luscious and adaptable that I felt like I had a lot of musical freedom to produce something that would suit her vocals. She could fit into any genre, and that’s something I really admire about her.”

You can check out 'Hit Your Heart' below.

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