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Tritonal – Good Thing ft. Laurell

Formed in 2008, Tritonal spent their early days on premium imprints like Anjunabeats, before eventually landing at Will Holland’s Enhanced Music, which Cisneros and Reed came to co-own. Key moments on Enhanced include: “We Belong”, a pivotal 2009 Ferry Corsten rework; the hit-laden 2011 debut album, Piercing the Quiet; and the acclaimed 2013-2014 Metamorphic EP trilogy featuring euphoric favorites “Follow Me Home” and “Now or Never”. “Now or Never” cracked the Top Five on Billboard’s Airplay Dance chart, a placement recaptured by follow-ups, “Anchor”,“Colors”, and “Untouchable”. In a first for the duo, “Now Or Never” also became a sports anthem for CBS’s Thursday Night NFL broadcasts in 2015, introducing the duo to millions of new fans weekly.
Tritonal’s evolution and success prove that compelling songwriting, innovative production, and exuberant performances resonate with music lovers of all kinds, from underground purists to stadium fanatics.

Write Up For The New Music Video:

It’s been another banner year for Austin, TX EDM duo Tritonal. Chad Cisneros and Dave Reed have continued taking their undeniable presence to major festivals around the globe, including a recent performance on the main stage at New York City’s Electric Zoo. After the undeniable success of “Gamma Gamma”, “Anchor”, “Blackout”, and most recently “Strangers”, they’re back with another incredible video for “Good Thing” feat. Laurell.

In 2016 Tritonal surpassed 53 million total streams on Spotify and now they’ve more than doubled that, with over 118 million streams total. Dubbing themselves “Tritonians”, the group’s fans have fallen in love with their original songs as well as wildly popular collaborations (“Until You Were Gone” with The Chainsmokers and “Untouchable” with Cash Cash) and stellar remixes (their remix of Adam Lambert’s “Ghost Town” reached millions of listeners on iTunes, SoundCloud, and Sirius via the podcast Tritonia).

The video for “Good Thing” opens to a picturesque bird’s eye view of the Southern California coast. Waves crash along the shore and as the sun begins to set, a tanned blonde woman dips her toes in the water. In a sea of sharks, she’s found the one to give her smooth sailing, and everything is cast in a golden light as the two get close. “Good Thing” captures the excitement and blissful happiness of spending time with the person you love, from looking in to their eyes to taking in a fireworks display. With the right person, a beautiful view is made even more special.

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