Galantis - Bones
12 / February / 2019
Swedish dance hitmakers Galantis have joined forces with OneRepublic for their new single ‘Bones’ (listen here). This collaboration with the chart-topping, Grammy-nominated band signals the start of an exciting new era for Galantis. Starting out as a warm, acoustically-driven song, ‘Bones’ gradually builds to an uplifting chorus that is synonymous with the duo’s style.
Christian Karlsson of Galantis said: "It was an incredible experience working with OneRepublic and Ryan on this song. He has such a legendary voice and we've always been big fans of his songwriting, so connecting with him on 'Bones' came so naturally to us. This is the first Galantis music of 2019 and we can't wait to show you what else we've been working on!"
‘Bones’ is the first taste of what’s to come for the internationally-renown duo. Galantis is riding high on a string of recent hits with their latest ‘San Francisco’ feat. Sofia Carson still gaining momentum, along with ‘Emoji’ (which has racked up over 5 million views on YouTube since its release in November), ‘Satisfied’ (feat. MAX) and ‘Spaceship’ (feat. Uffie).
Galantis has clocked up over 3 billion streams and 42 platinum records in 18 countries. The duo’s second album The Aviary debuted in the Top 10 in 23 countries and received widespread critical praise, spawning the multi-platinum selling hit ‘No Money’. Additionally, their debut album Pharmacy hit #1 on the Billboard Dance Chart and launched the hit singles ‘Peanut Butter Jelly’ and ‘Runaway (U & I)’. Christian Karlsson (also of Bloodshy & Avant and Miike Snow) and Linus Eklöw (Style of Eye) are known for their energetic live performances. Ever since their live debut at Coachella in 2014, Galantis have played some of the biggest music events in the world including Ultra Music Festival, Electric Daisy Carnival, Tomorrowland, Lollapalooza, Creamfields, V Festival, SW4 and BBC Radio 1 Big Weekend. They have also performed sold-out headline shows across Europe, North and South America – including Brixton Academy in London.