Timmy Trumpet teams up with rising London producer Blinkie for new single ‘Friday’ featuring Bright Sparks
The track is an uplifting and celebratory tune, combining a comical and catchy vocal line with one of the most infectious, dance-worthy beats of the year. A build-up gives the track its trademark tension, combining its catchy bass line with an addictive topline. After the track builds, it erupts with incredible energy, exploding into a tech-house banger set for any context. Its driving percussion, subwoofer cleaning bassline and trumpet melodies make the track perfect for a sunlit poolside, late night at a club, or as the sun sets over the mainstage at a festival.
His music catalogue exceeds more than 1.5 billion streams across all platforms and is sitting in the top 500 most streamed artists on Spotify globally. His catalogue is second to none, featuring global producer heavyweights such as Armin van Buuren, Hardwell, Steve Aoki, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, R3HAB, W&W, Alok, KSHMR and Carnage.
On the live front, he is a pioneer in translating live instrumentation to DJ sets. His debut mainstage performance at Tomorrowland in 2017 is the highest streamed set of all time on the official YouTube channel. Even during the pandemic he caught eyes, with a livestream from his Sydney apartment clocking over 7 million views, becoming one of the most watched electronic performances of the year. In the absence of shows during 2020, Timmy became one of the biggest creators on TikTok with over 180M views, 20M likes and 2.5M followers.
His debut artist album ‘Mad World’ released in December of last year has already surpassed more than 200 Million streams.
His diverse catalogue features a range of genres, having remixed the likes of Anne-Marie, Craig David and KSI, Sigma, Mabel, Cheat Codes, as well as executive producing one of Manchester’s biggest rap star’s most recent record, “The Resurrection”, as well as co-producing his 6.3mil stream collab with Chip ‘Notorious’. Blinkie’s most recent single, ‘What You Want’ received support from the likes of Kiss Dance and Capital dance, as well as being crowned Mistajam’s Future Anthem on BBC Radio 1.