SpinninDeep is hosting a new track by Norman Doray & Piem titled ‘Give It Up‘. Appropriately released on this label, the deep bassline is infectious and rooftop party worthy.

Sultry vocals echo throughout the piece while European synths and percussion build up towards the middle of the song. Slowly, the track adds dimension to each layer of melody. It becomes the perfect piece to play when you want to jam out at home or on the dance floor.

Jérémy Lecarour is the Frenchman behind the moniker of Norman Doray. As an overall house heavyweight, we can see his knack for happy house music influences this track. With releases on Defected, Strictly Rhythm Interscope, Atlantic, SIZE Records, and LE7ELS, his repertoire of musical production deserves a lot of clout.

Teaming up with Barcelona based producer, Piem, the two make a deadly combo for this particular release. Piem takes his influence of the 90s and early 2000s house music and turns into underground sounds. He adds the deep flair within the song. His releases span Knee Deep in Sound, Relief, Crosstown Rebels, Stereo Productions, and much more. He’s played alongside industry heavyweights like Black Coffee, Carl Cox, Claptone, Hot Since 82, MK, Maya Jane Cole, and more. With a stellar supportive lineup like this that includes Pete Tong, Solardo, and Camelphat, we see another force to be reckoned with.

We love the unknown combos of artists and the new music they bring. Nothing says summer like a bunch of chill, groovy tunes to get us through the hot sun and social distance.

Take a listen to the new track by the two international artists below.

Norman Doray & Piem – Give It Up | Buy/Stream