David Guetta and Sia’s new collaboration can be added to the list this Saturday

Nobody is aware that collaborations are a trend, as well as a useful tool that allows, by joining forces, to reach more public. For this reason, duos come and go … but they rarely repeat themselves. This is certainly not the case with David Guetta and Sia. With the songs that they have recorded together to date, they were able to fill an entire album. They were associated for the first time in Titanium, and later they released Bang my head, She wolf (Falling to pieces), Flames, Helium, The whisperer, Lighthead, Wild one two … Now they have returned to their old ways, and have half billed Let’s love , their ninth joint single; song that, as a candidate, could enter the list this Saturday.

Beyond the appeal of this persistent alliance, Let’s love stands out for its message of love in such a difficult time. “This too will pass,” Sia sings in the song, with a marked eighties air, in the vein of that glittering revival that has invaded us for a few months. Would you like this fabulous tandem formed by the French DJ and the Australian singer to return hand in hand to the list? Well, it depends on you: support him with HT # MiVoto40 on Twitter. Good luck!

This is what ‘Let’s Love’ by David Guetta and SIA sounds like: watch the video and the lyrics

David Guetta’s new release with SIA is a song reminiscent of the eighties that is destined to become a hi

The French DJ and producer David Guetta once again partners with the Australian singer and songwriter SIA to bill what will be one of the songs of the year: Let’s Love. Their new collaboration is surprising, as it has a marked eighties inspiration, very much in line with the revival sounds that artists such as Dua Lipa or The Weeknd have popularized this year with their latest work.

Just listening to the first few seconds is like being in a Flashdance scene. Both the percussion and keyboards in Let’s love are set in the early 1980s.

It is clear that music made several decades ago is being a great inspiration for many artists. Let’s love will also triumph for its incredible melody, addictive to the end, and also for its lyrics, which transmit a message of love and hope in this chaotic and uncertain year: “This too will pass,” sings SIA in the song.

At the moment, there is no official Let’s Love video, but there is an animated video-lyric in which neons and colorism predominate, which you can play here.

As you well know, this is not the first collaboration between David Guetta and SIA. Both artists have already done magic in the past thanks to such iconic and successful collaborations as Titanium (2011), She Wolf (Falling To Pieces), Bang My Head (2014) with Fetty Wap, or more recently Flames (2018).

Nobody is aware that collaborations are a trend, as well as a useful tool that allows, by joining forces, to reach more public. For this reason, duos come and go … but they rarely repeat themselves. This is certainly not the case with David Guetta and Sia. With the songs that they have recorded together to date, they were able to fill an entire album. They were associated for the first time in Titanium, and later they released Bang my head, She wolf (Falling to pieces), Flames, Helium, The whisperer, Lighthead, Wild one two … Now they have returned to their old ways, and have half billed Let’s love , their ninth joint single; song that, as a candidate, could enter the list this Saturday.

Beyond the appeal of this persistent alliance, Let’s love stands out for its message of love in such a difficult time. “This too will pass,” Sia sings in the song, with a marked eighties air, in the vein of that glittering revival that has invaded us for a few months. Would you like this fabulous tandem formed by the French DJ and the Australian singer to return hand in hand to the list? Well, it depends on you: support him with HT # MiVoto40 on Twitter. Good luck!

This is what ‘Let’s Love’ by David Guetta and SIA sounds like: watch the video and the lyrics

David Guetta’s new release with SIA is a song reminiscent of the eighties that is destined to become a hi

The French DJ and producer David Guetta once again partners with the Australian singer and songwriter SIA to bill what will be one of the songs of the year: Let’s Love. Their new collaboration is surprising, as it has a marked eighties inspiration, very much in line with the revival sounds that artists such as Dua Lipa or The Weeknd have popularized this year with their latest work.

Just listening to the first few seconds is like being in a Flashdance scene. Both the percussion and keyboards in Let’s love are set in the early 1980s.

It is clear that music made several decades ago is being a great inspiration for many artists. Let’s love will also triumph for its incredible melody, addictive to the end, and also for its lyrics, which transmit a message of love and hope in this chaotic and uncertain year: “This too will pass,” sings SIA in the song.

At the moment, there is no official Let’s Love video, but there is an animated video-lyric in which neons and colorism predominate, which you can play here.

As you well know, this is not the first collaboration between David Guetta and SIA. Both artists have already done magic in the past thanks to such iconic and successful collaborations as Titanium (2011), She Wolf (Falling To Pieces), Bang My Head (2014) with Fetty Wap, or more recently Flames (2018).