Teaming up with London-based House Gospel Choir singer Laura Davie for a feel-good summer anthem, Swedish brothers ManyFew debut on Toolroom Records’ Love & Other imprint with My Life.
Building an uplifting sonic environment with groove-inducing synths, shuffling percussion and Laura Davie’s soaring vocals, My Life bursts with energy across its duration. Combining Laura’s soulful sensibilities with ManyFew’s blend of house and disco, this catchy creation is set to light up dancefloors and airwaves around the globe with its captivating presence.
Exuding sheer determination and excitement in everything that they do, ManyFew continue to soar further into a league of their own in 2022. Finally reconnecting with fans in live shows around the world, the pair worked their magic at London’s iconic Ministry of Sound alongside Alok, and headlined Stockholm institution Slakthuset alongside Adrian Lux, Jessie Granqvist and many more. Working tirelessly in the studio, ManyFew’s releases continue to draw in over 800k monthly listeners on Spotify, and their in-demand Electronic Heaven Radio show garners over 1.3 million monthly listeners from all around the globe. With an array of new tracks ready for release, and upcoming shows locked in at some of the most iconic dance music destinations, ManyFew are keeping momentum at an all-time high this summer.
Lending her silky-smooth vocals to a selection of productions by some of the industry’s most-adored producers, Welsh Singer Songwriter Laura Davie has rocketed to the top of the dance music scene with her sought-after dulcet tones. Gaining support from the likes of David Guetta, Tiësto, Steve Aoki and many more, Laura has been featured on records alongside Mark Knight, Illyus & Barrientos and James Hurr. Performing with a long list of musical icons, she has shared the stage with the likes of Toddla T, The Blessed Madonna, Jax Jones, Kylie Minogue and Tom Jones. With a magnetic stage presence, and an innate talent for devising timeless songs, Laura Davie continues to leave her indelible mark on the dance music scene.