Protocol Presents: “Fall in Line” MAXIMALS, Bout & Sovth Ft. Nino Lucarelli

Well hasn’t it been quite a while since we have heard from this duo. One of our favorite groups out of Italy, MAXIMALS is back with their next dance hit “Fall in Line”. These Protocol veterans have been quite busy since we last caught up with them in February, producing new tracks and even earning praise from Protocol label boss Nicky Romero! MAXIMALS created an impressive performance at Protocol’s 2016 showcase that Romero just had to casually mention that they will be one of the top artists to watch in 2017.

“Fall in Line” is a fantastic showcase of how heavily disco and 70’s/80’s has inspired these thriving Italians. The track feels insanely close to nu-disco, and is entirely danceable on almost any occasion. This was only possible with the help of not just one but three additional artists! MAXIMALS garnered the help of fellow Italian artists Bout & Sovth as well as American singer Nino Lucarelli. While the combination of all producers involved is amazing, Lucarelli’s velvety vocals are pure nu-disco bliss.

Make sure you give “Fall in Line” a full listen below!

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One thought on “Protocol Presents: “Fall in Line” MAXIMALS, Bout & Sovth Ft. Nino Lucarelli

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