David Guetta and Brooks mastermind a crossover hit with 'Better When You're Gone' – Dancing Astronaut

David Guetta isn't any stranger to crafting EDM-country fusion hits, and the dance star is again for an additional spherical with “Better When You’re Gone” that includes Brooks and Loote.

Guetta’s newest single possesses an undeniably folky really feel, regardless of neither the producer nor vocalist coming from the hyper-insular world of nation music radio. “Better When You’re Gone” is the second collaboration from Brooks and Guetta, who beforehand struck gold alongside Martin Garrix with “Like I Do.” Their newest effort figures be one other chart-topper, touting the total anatomy of a future dance hit.

Pop-perfect vocals courtesy of Loote bubble up slowly and shortly attain a belt-worthy singalong becoming equally in automobile stereos or a most important stage set. Soon the vocal hook is pierced by signature Guetta noticed synths, dialing up the power earlier than touchdown into an anthemic pageant drop. The breakdown sees the vocals return to deliver the gang again all the way down to earth, earlier than one final drop blasts off once more into the Guetta-sphere.

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