In a sound which denotes Andrew Rayel, himself and HALIENCE have teamed up on their new heartfelt collaboration “Take All Of Me“. The new single was released via Rayel’s inHarmony Music label under Armin Van Buuren’s imprint Armada Music. It has been a while since we last heard original music from Rayel since the latest release was a remix. Taking it to his label, Rayel put Blastoyz on duty to remix his work with Graham Bell, ‘Tambores‘.

‘Take All Of Me’ doesn’t take a break rising immediately into the punchy rhythm with HALIENE’S vocals atop. The vocalist has been showing up on many producers’ music to no surprise when taking her talent into context. Teaming up with inHarmony’s founder seemed like a great fit with how compact the song feels. Regardless of its seemingly punchy nature, the track retains a sweet and harmonious sound. Bridging after stripping the main vocal, echoes underlay resonant synthesizer pads as the song rises. From there, the track culminates its energy pushing towards the melodically oriented drop. Finally, Rayel subsides the production by stripping away most elements leaving the vocals and piano.

For more on HALIENE, you can visit her website linked here. On the other hand, Andrew Rayel is currently touring a couple of dates through July with more going into August. If you want to catch one of his shows, you can find where he’s performing and buy tickets through the link here.

Listen to Andrew Rayel and HALIENE collaborate on ‘Take All Of Me’ below!