Made in collaboration with Guz Zanotto and vocalist Moore, ‘Save Me Now’ is Cat Dealers’ first single dropped on the label Armada Music!
Cat Dealers are dropping their first single with Armada Music on November 20th, together with Guz Zanotto and Moore, called ‘Save Me Now’.
Cat Dealers, formed by the brothers Lugui and Pedrão, is among the three biggest DJs and producers of Brazil and is boasting four consecutive inclusions in DJ Mag’s renowned Top 100 DJs list after securing the #52 spot in the results of this year.
Made in collaboration with fellow-countryman Guz Zanotto and vocalist Moore, ‘Save Me Now’ marks the duo’s first exciting step under the wing of the Amsterdam, New York, and London-based record label.
Cat Dealers explained: “We had been working on the ‘Save Me Now’ vocals for a while but decided to send it to Guz Zanotto, a good friend of ours because we weren’t happy with the results yet. He brought in a lot of super cool suggestions, but we still weren’t really feeling it. That’s when we noticed that this progressive sound was starting to make a strong comeback. It’s something we’ve always enjoyed, so we saw potential and immediately thought about ‘Save Me Now’.We changed everything to make it sound more progressive and absolutely fell in love with how it came out. We believe that this record will be a turning point for us in terms of sound, allowing us to lean more towards this progressive style we like so much. We’re super excited for our ‘Save Me Nows and our next releases too.”
The pair cultivate the second largest YouTube channel of the Brazilian electronic scene with more than 750k subscribers and racked up hundreds of millions of streams on digital streaming platforms. With nearly 3 million Spotify listeners a month; it’s about time the whole world gets to know Cat Dealers!