If you’ve been playing “Hold Me Close”, the banging track from Sam Feldt featuring Ella Henderson on repeat all quarantine, you’re in luck. The beloved Dutch DJ just released a package featuring five exciting remixes of the infectious pop song.
“Hold Me Close [The Remixes]” feature the upbeat sounds and catchy lyrics from the original track while each one adds in a different edge that we didn’t know we needed. In fact, the package highlights signature reworks from artists like Justin Caruso, Jerome, RetroVision, and Shift K3Y. Additionally, there is also a bonus Club Mix from Sam himself, bringing together a series of dancefloor cuts ahead of the long weekend.
While we wait for more electrifying new tracks from Sam Feldt, you can enjoy the five new remixes of “Hold Me Close” ft. Ella Henderson here.
About Sam Feldt
Sam Feldt is a Dutch DJ and deep house music producer who is based in Amsterdam, Netherlands. He was born as Sammy Renders on August 1, 1993.
In 2015, he released a remake of Robin S’ Show Me Love. The track was released by Spinnin’ Records and Polydor. It became an instant hit at #4 in the English chart and reached the 21st position in the Dutch Top 40. In Belgium Feldt’s track charted #15 and Billboard’s Hot Dance list included the track on #13. In 2016 Sam Feldt released the summer anthem Summer On Youtogether with Lucas & Steve. After reaching the #4 spot in the Dutch top 40, it became the most played track on Dutch radio in September and October ’16. Shortly after the release of Summer On You the track was awarded with a Platinum award in The Netherlands. 2016 also marked the year that Feldt took his first dip into the DJ Mag Top 100 at #87.
Billboard described Feldt as “a modern house superstar”, and his treatment of “Show Me Love” as “Anne reshapes the famous melody, while Feldt echoes the original with a bubbly deep house beat.” In the UK, the single “Show Me Love” rose up to number 4 on the UK Singles Chart. In Australia, the single “Show Me Love” was certified gold. The single “The Devil’s Tears” (Sam Feldt Edit) was one of Spotify’s top 10 most viral tracks.