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Volaris returns to SOLA with ‘Purple Skies’

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Hosts of Sola Radio and rising UK talents Volaris continue to solidify their name within the scene through captivating releases and blistering performances. Following the release of their well-received ‘Tygar’ EP in September, the duo are set to grace Sola once more with a remarkable new single titled ‘Purple Skies’.

As expected, ‘Purple Skies’ is yet another gleaming exhibition of Volaris’ signature sonics. Beyond an ever-reliable core of firm drum grooves and elegant percussive drive, you’re plunged firmly into a concoction of orchestral suspense and progressive-inspired musicality. Rippling synths, compelling strings and submerged soulful vocal runs are just a few of the largely immersive factors that make this another incredible piece of music from one of the country’s most exciting prospects.

‘Volaris’ are soon to be a very familiar name in underground dance music circles. A patient development has seen them working very hard in the studio honing their sound into something truly cutting edge. Summer 2022 sees them begin to unleash their musical wares upon us via singles on key labels such as Armada, Sola & John Summit’s OTG imprint.

Already having a multitude of tracks championed by Solardo, Danny Howard, Vintage Culture, Dom Dolla, Eli Brown, Camelphat, & John Summit, Volaris are set to make a big impact on the scene this summer and beyond with their massive sounding melodic infused productions.

The Volaris sound has been heard at every major festival and show, including Ushuaia Ibiza, Creamfields, EDC Vegas, Ultra Miami, CRSSD San Diego, Tomorrowland and many more. Highlights of 2022 also include their DJ set at UNDR alongside Solardo, a BBC Radio 1 debut of an unreleased track and being assigned the prestigious task of taking over Solardo’s SOLA radio show as the new weekly host.

Volaris’ ‘Purple Skies’ is out on Sola on 2nd December 2022, we premiere it today and you can grab it on Beatport.

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Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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