French DJs and producers Arno Cost and Norman Doray have reteamed for a brand-new single, entitled “Rising Love,” featuring Philadelphia-born singer-songwriter Mike Taylor. The two made the track right after their joint effort “Strong” (released in 2014 via Steve Angello’s SIZE Records), and recorded it in both Paris and Los Angeles. The fellow Frenchman have also previously collaborated on 2007’s “Apocalypse” and 2015’s “Paradisco,” featuring Ben Macklin.
“Rising Love” is released today through the EDM label Insomniac Records, a partnership between Interscope Geffen A&M and Insomniac CEO/founder Pasquale Rotella. The label’s mission is to represent all areas of the electronic music spectrum and celebrate the unique and adventurous spirit of dance culture. Insomniac Records is also home to Russian-born producer/DJ Arty, Destructo, and Hook N Sling.
About Norman Doray: Jérémy Le Carour, better known as “Norman Doray,” became a global name and one of the most respected DJs in the world through years of extraordinary music and global touring. Since launching his career in 2002, he has toured with everyone from David Guetta to Swedish House Mafia to Avicii and his discography is filled with collaborations with some of dance music’s greats, including David Tort, Avicii, Dirty South, Laidback Luke, and David Guetta.
About Arno Cost: Since 2006, world-renowned French producer and DJ Arno Cost has moved up through the ranks to cement his position as one of the finest French house talents within the scene, with releases across a variety of high-profile record labels. In 2015, Arno has continued to develop his “When In Paris” brand, launching a bi-weekly radio show designed to push and preserve authentic Parisian sounds. His distinctive and groove-ridden musical style was born out of an array of French influences including disco, pop and electronica, which is evident in his incredible productions, DJ sets, and abilities as a tastemaker.