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Why Don’t We & Jonas Blue drop new club mix

Why Don’t We, multi-platinum producer Jonas Blue now delivers the party-soaked club mix

After kicking off the new year with a bang dropping pop smash ‘Don’t Wake Me Up’ with hotly tipped US band Why Don’t We, multi-platinum producer Jonas Blue now delivers the party-soaked official music video we’ve been waiting for, alongside a brand new Club Mix primed and ready to set 2022 alight.

Set on a rooftop against the backdrop of an LA night sky, featuring the hottest supercars and a whole host of friends, the video (Directed by Isaac Rentz) perfectly captures the intensity of the track, laced with addictive melody, sung by one of the most exciting boy bands on the planet right now.

‘Don’t Wake Me Up’ is the first new release from Jonas Blue’s brand new collaboration project ’Together’ that will see a stream of new music dropped across the year with exciting global talent. All of these collaborations will feature the theme of togetherness, unity and positivity – a crucial message that’s needed in the world more than ever right now – and is synonymous with Jonas’ music and his hugely successful career to date.

Jonas comments; “I’ve been wanting to get a collab going with Why Don’t We since they first hit me up on Twitter back in 2019. These guys have amazing vocals which grabbed me instantly, so I knew we could create something really special together. Don’t Wake Me Up has a real depth to the lyrics. If you break it down it’s about finding your true love in your dream. I can’t wait to share it with the world!”

Why Don’t We’s Corbyn Besson says of the song; “This song started with a late night call from a good friend of mine, Lukas Costas, asking if I’d be down to come over and record scratch vocals on a piano ballad he just wrote. After we finished vocals I showed my bandmates the demo and they loved it. That’s when we got in touch with Jonas. He loved the potential the song had and before we knew it, we had received the first draft of what would become a pop dance banger. Enjoy Don’t Wake Me Up!”