SUMMER ANTHEM FOLLOWS 2018’S HIT SINGLE “SO CLOSE”
03 MAY 2019 (TORONTO, ON) – Having amassed over 500 million streams globally, Swedish duo NOTD return with a new summer anthem, “I Miss Myself” featuring British pop sensation HRVY out now via Universal Music Sweden/Universal Music Canada, the country’s leading music company. Continuing their success with their signature pop magic, “I Miss Myself” cements NOTD’s reputation as one of the most hotly discussed talents on the scene right now.
Listen to NOTD & HRVY - “I Miss Myself” HERE
Following the success of recent single “So Close” alongside Georgia Ku, Captain Cuts and Felix Jaehn, and 2018 hit “I Wanna Know” ft. Bea Miller, NOTD again show off their production finesse on “I Miss Myself”, an ode to changing for a relationship, this time teaming up with the pop phenomenon HRVY and adding to the producer duo’s list of previous collaborators including Tove Styrke, Dagny and Bea Miller. Delivering their sweet and melodic signature sound, it’s no surprise the duo are now certified Platinum in Sweden, Canada, Australia (2x), and Norway.
Adding vocal gold to the track, global star HRVY is known for his smash songs “Personal”, “I Wish You Were Here” and “Told You So”, collectively receiving over half a billion streams with his cool, concise pop sound. One of 2019’s BBC Radio 1 Brit List artists, HRVY has 4.2 million Instagram followers and over 2 million YouTube subscribers. 2018 saw him sell out his biggest ever UK headline gig at London’s Hammersmith Apollo and perform at Capital FM’s Summertime Ball. This month he performs at Radio 1’s One Big Weekend.
Consisting of teenage duo Tobias Danielsson and Samuel Brandt, NOTD have also racked up over 300 million streams on their massive remixes in the past few years, including official reworks for the likes of Years & Years, Shawn Mendes, Rihanna, Ed Sheeran, Stanaj and Demi Lovato, amassing over 7.5 million monthly listeners on Spotify in the process. The pair have cemented their reputation as one of music’s true outstanding breakthrough acts.