The monster collaboration between EDM giant Martin Garrix, Fall Out Boy‘s Patrick Stump and Macklemore, “Summer Days,” continues to pick up significant dance floor steam gliding, effortlessly, from #31* to #22* Power Pick on this week’s Billboard Dance Club Songs Top 50 chart.
The infectious warm weather composition comes courtesy of RCA Records and contains an upbeat production that sounds uncharacteristically French – coming from a Netherlands native – and fun-encouraging lyrics from the “Thrift Shop” vocalist while Patrick Stump holds down the chorus: “I got this feeling on a summer day/Knew it when I saw her face/I just thought that she could be the one.” The overall effort is complemented by a visual that sees each collaborator acting out their perfect Summer activities. Watch below.
Club culture support for “Summer Days” has come out in full force via remixes from Dirty Werk as well as world-renowned and fellow main stage headlining DJ/producer Tiesto. Both artists have put their individual stamp on the original, creating multiple high-octane versions that take the initial recording to the next level. Listen to Tiesto’s vision for this week’s #22* song on the Billboard Dance Club Songs chart here.