Martin Solveig

Parisian hitmaker Martin Solveig has today unveiled a special acoustic version of his latest single 'Places' feat. Ina Wroldsen.

A natural extension of the infectious original, the stripped-back version of 'Places' includes striking xylophone melodies and glistening strings, underpinning Ina's soaring vocal performance.

Solveig displayed a striking new sound for the original of 'Places'. He enlisted the vocal talent of Norwegian singer/songwriter Ina Wroldsen, who notably lent her vocals to Calvin Harris & Disciples' hit 'How Deep Is Your Love' and co-wrote Clean Bandit's platinum-selling single 'Rockabye'. 'Places' has amassed over 45 million Spotify plays and gained support across BBC Radio 1, where it spent 7 weeks on the station's playlist. The single also received radio support from KISS FM and Capital. Away from the airwaves, Solveig's latest single reached the iTunes Top 10 and is currently a firm fixture in the Top 30 of the Official Singles and Spotify Chart in the UK.

Last month, Solveig brought a special edition of his 'My House' party series to Egg London. With the likes of Coco Cole, Michael Calfan and Jax Jones all making an appearance alongside the 'Places' hitmaker, Solveig successfully served a phenomenal slice of his legendary residency to the capital. The charismatic Frenchman also announced his return to the White Isle this summer, where he is set to bring the third edition of his 'My House' residency to Pacha from 31st May ? 4th October 2017.
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