Third Party Releases Single From Upcoming Album


The wait is finally over. The first single from Third Party’s forthcoming second album is here. “Free” is now available to stream or download on all platforms.

The single is a strong statement of intent from Third Party. As the lead track for their new album, fans are excited for what is to come from the duo. Harry and Jonnie have been testing the track in their live performances since late 2017, and to say it has been a huge crowd pleaser is an understatement.

“Free” is also the perfect summer anthem with its bright, uplifting, and emotive melody. The subtle male vocals offer a reflective feel reminding us to live unrestricted and create memories to keep forever. An air of optimism throughout the track makes us feel that we are free to live and love.

Specific details regarding the actual release date of their new album are being firmly kept under wraps for now.

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Jonnie and Harry have consistently remained true to their style of music since the beginning. This is a  quality to admire within an industry that can often sway artists in a different direction. As friends for many years, they have developed a unique ability to create quality productions that never fail to generate an emotion from their listeners.

It has been nine months since the British duo released “Like This”, a heady club track in collaboration with Portuguese producer Pete K and Corey Lasser. Now, Third Party returns with a track that has all the hallmarks of progressive-house gold.

Their debut album Hope was arguably one of the best electronic albums of 2017. There is little doubt that their second album will be filled with an abundance of progressive house goodness.

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Lorna Murphy

Irish. Girl Boss. Ibiza lover. “Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything.”

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