Tritonal – ‘Good Thing’ feat. Laurell

EDM duo Tritonal, from Austin Texas, are Chad Cisneros and Dave Reed. They’ve taken their sound to major festivals around the world, including a recent performance on the main stage at New York City’s Electric Zoo. The success of their tracks, ‘Gamma Gamma’, ‘Anchor’, ‘Blackout’, and most recently, ‘Strangers’, has buoyed them up, and their new track, ‘Good Thing’, featuring Laurell, seems certain to follow down the same road.

2016 saw Tritonal surpass 53 million total streams on Spotify, and in 2017 they’ve more than doubled that, with over 118 million streams total. Their fans, who call themselves “Tritonians”, have fallen in love with their original songs, as well as their wildly popular collaborations (‘Until You Were Gone’, with The Chainsmokers, and ‘Untouchable’, with Cash Cash), and stellar remixes, such as their remix of Adam Lambert’s, ‘Ghost Town’. The latter reached millions of listeners on iTunes, Soundcloud, as well as Sirius, via their podcast, ‘Tritonia’.

The video for ‘Good Thing’ opens with a bird’s-eye view of the coast of Southern California, where waves crash on the shore as the sun starts to set. A tanned, blonde woman gently dips her toes in the water. She finds someone to get close to, and ‘Good Thing’ captures their excitement and blissful happiness, spending time with the ones they love, from looking into each other’s eyes, to taking in a fireworks display. A beautiful view is made even more special if it’s with someone you love.

Tritonal have sold out legendary venues such as New York City’s Terminal 5, and The Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles. They’re on tour throughout North America this autumn, and their live show is one not to be missed, with full details on their website. Check out Tritonal online on their Facebook, Twitter, SoundCloud and Instagram accounts.

You can download and stream ‘Good Thing’, ft Laurell, here.

Tritonal - Good Thing ft. Laurell (Official Music Video)

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