Noizu has released a new vocal mix of his sun-kissed house anthem titled ‘Summer 91 (Looking Back)’ via RCA.
The original version of the record (first released via his Techne label in July 2020) has achieved over 3.5 million Spotify streams to date, and over 18,500 UK chart sales.
DSP support has included Spotify’s “Massive Dance Hits” (1.16m) and “You Can Do It” (900k), as well as Apple Music’s “danceXL” and “Groove” playlists. Further additions include Ministry of Sound’s “Dance Nation”, “Weekend Warmup” and “Ministry Fitness” as well as Filtr UK’s “Dance Workout”.
Listen to ‘Summer 91 (Looking Back)’ by Noizu on the Official Premier League Training playlist on Spotify.
Emerging on the scene back in 2017, Noizu has come a long way since his breakthrough debut with ‘Lasers’ that appeared on Chris Lake HOWSLA LP, with endless support from the likes of house masters FISHER, Claude VonStroke and Green Velvet to name a few.
One of his biggest releases, ‘Rave Alarm’ alongside Dombresky lives on his own Techne label and landed Annie Mac’s Hottest Record on BBC Radio 1, marking Noizu’s tastemaker authority as a label head with undeniable production flair.
Filled with nostalgic piano stabs, hypnotic vocal chants and subtle acid warps, ‘Summer 91’ is a sun-kissed groover that pays homage to the unforgettable 90’s era, reminiscent of dance floors and festival fields alike. With its feel-good melody and pumping rhythm, Noizu’s ‘Summer 91’ is set to be a chart sizzler and radio favourite globally.