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Single Review: Chase & Status – ‘Let You Go’

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With numerous festival dates throughout the year including a slot at the upcoming 2010 Bestival in September, warming up the stage for The Prodigy as well as recently completing a successful 15 date live tour, DJ double act Chase and Status have surely made their mark quickly in the music arena with the big wigs of the industry.

ChaseandStatusLetItGoIn the lead up to their next festival and to bring to the scene 2010’s next collosal summer hit, Chase and Status have this week released one of the catchiest tracks being plugged for a dance act on everyone lips at the moment.

Let You Go sees the duo, which is made up of Will Kennard and Saul Milton, return with the latest single to be taken from their forthcoming sophomore album release following their tight and rather meticulous debut, More Than A Lot. Let You Go is a single that shows this team have crafted their sound with perfection and class and produced something really quite special.

The backdrop to the single is almost haunting with its deep synth and electronic foundation while the vocals are distinctive throughout the track with a raw and emotionally charged energy in their delivery.

Starting off as a mellow single it is less than a minute before the tracks foot is firmly on the pedal and the beat kicks in with full force turning Let You Go into a electrifying stomper of a track not to be reckoned with.

Its eighties feel is perfectly suited to the track and Let You Go is without doubt set to become one of 2010’s big summer numbers if not one of the biggest single releases of the year.

Let You Go is a mammoth dance record that will see the clubs heaving over the summer and as far as infectious, beat heavy and well crafted underground dance numbers go, Let You Go is the cream of the crop.