Global superstars Jonas Blue and Why Don’t We brings us a brand new pop smash “Don’t Wake Me Up” via Astralwerks
The new massive collaboration between Jonas Blue and Why Don’t We Opening with arpeggiated guitars and piano, the track is soaked in addictive melody. “Don’t Wake Me Up” is out now via Astralwerks.
Jonas Blue shares, “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!”
“Don’t Wake Me Up” is the first new release from Jonas Blue’s upcoming collaboration project, Together, that will see a stream of new music dropped across the year with exciting global talent. All 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 successful career to date.
Why Don’t We’s Corbyn Besson says about 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’!”
Jonas has amassed an army of instantly recognizable hit singles including “Fast Car,” “Perfect Strangers,” “Mama,” and “Polaroid,” his collaboration with Liam Payne. He also boasts production credits on smash-hit global singles including Ava Max’s “My Head & My Heart.” With over 14 billion global streams and over 70 million singles sales, Jonas Blue is a DJ and pop powerhouse.
The Los Angeles quintet—Daniel Seavey, Corbyn Besson, Jonah Marais, Jack Avery, and Zach Herron— went back to basics for their sophomore album, flatlining all social media and picking up their instruments to personally write, record, and produce the music themselves. Led by the band’s inaugural Billboard Hot 100 charting Gold–certified single “Fallin’ (Adrenaline),” The Good Times and The Bad Ones earned their highest debut on the Billboard 200 at #3 and their first #1 album on the album sales chart.
Jonas had an exciting year in the live space with huge main stage performances at Exit Festival and Creamfields and a residency at Zouk in Las Vegas. 2022 looks set to be bigger and better than ever with an upcoming headline tour in Tokyo (February 22nd – 28th) and some massive festival sets and residencies to be announced very soon, so stay tuned.