George Feely is back on the mighty Armada imprint with his latest single ‘That Feeling’. The Dubliner showcases a deep & ravey offering with an assertive vocal from Roland Clark that is simply made for festival season.
A name that needs little introduction to Four Four Magazine readers, George Feely has cemented himself as one of Ireland’s most respected Producers and DJs. A house purist, George’s mission is simple: Everyone on the dancefloor having a great time. Recent outings on Armada, Shall Not Fade, Monki and Friends, alongside a new mix for the Feel My Bicep mix series have secured the Irish man’s name as one of the most exciting house music producers right now.
Following up on his last release with Armada “Lalo’s Theme Song” which has racked up over 200k streams across all platforms, Feely now arrives promptly back on the iconic label with his follow-up single ‘That Feeling’.
‘That Feeling’ perfectly encapsulates George Feely’s mission: fun, fast, and festival ready. It’s soul-driven groove that suits both dark basements and sun-soaked festival stages across Ireland and Europe this summer. That Feeling starts with a fast-paced hi-hat and clap, dreamy space-aged synths beckon in the driving kick bass. A bar later, the deep, analogue bass line and delay keyboard join the fray, soaring female vocal samples melding perfectly, setting the scene perfectly for Roland Clark to enter with a decisive vocal.