Whether it’s light and breezy pop-dance magic, fully electronic club-wrecking madness or something special that fits right in between the two, the productions of Australia’s Feenixpawl are esteemed across the global dance music scene, and rightfully so. Continuing their streak of top records today, the Grammy-nominated duo joined forces with iconic electronic music pair Rico & Miella for a song that’s destined to burn bright: ‘Play With Fire’.
Masterfully composed Progressive House in its finest, most hooking form, Feenixpawl’s collab with Rico & Miella has mainstage magic written all over it. From the entrancing chord progressions to the vocal duet and synth-led melody, ‘Play With Fire’ has all the hallmarks of a fiery festival anthem.
Feenixpawl: “We’ve been fans of Rico and Miella’s work for a while now, and we were completely blown away when they sent us the vocal. Making music truly isn’t difficult when you have such a strong starting point like this gorgeous vocal. We are so honored to be able to collaborate with artists as talented as Rico and Miella and can’t wait to share this tune with the world!”
Rico & Miella: “Working with Feenixpawl has been such an amazing experience. They are such talented guys with great vision. This song wouldn’t have been possible without them.”
Grammy nominees, DJ globetrotters and remixers to the likes of Jess Glynne, Kaskade, NERVO, Nicky Romero and Rihanna, Feenixpawl are two of Australia’s most prominent export products. With numerous worlds tours, hundreds of millions of streams and a truckload of awards under their belt, they have secured themselves a spot alongside electronic music’s most prominent tastemakers. Their 2012 track ‘In My Mind’ was an outright smash hit and their recent release ‘Neon Sky’ was nominated for an IDMA in the ‘Best Pop/Electronic Song’ category.
As classically trained electronic musicians with a weekend warrior mentality, Rico & Miella could easily be touted as one of the most standout vocal, production and DJ duos of electronic music today. Having released songs with artists such as Tom Swoon & Stadium X, Lush & Simon, Thomas Gold, Seven Lions and more, they featured in top Spotify playlists, hit the #3 spot in the Beatport Top 100 chart with ‘Ghost’, secured a feature on Jenna Marbles’ Top 15 Countdown on Sirius XM for ‘Let Me Go’, and were given strong endorsement on MTV for the music video of the latter. They also toured with Paris & Simo and Thomas Gold, and first appeared on stage with Nicky Romero during Miami Music Week 2015.