Freejak drops new original following the massive success of ‘Sandstorm’

Freejak drops new original following the massive success of ‘Sandstorm’

Freejak had to pull out the big guns to follow his rework of Darude’s ‘Sandstorm’ and boy has he delivered with a brand new original. ‘Reach Out’ is a huge rave house tune, high in energy and ridiculously danceable. Peak time personified, Freejak has delivered the goods once again in his return to Perfect Havoc. Stream it here:


Released almost a year ago to the day, Freejak’s ‘Sandstorm’ has been on rotation ever since. It’s received continuous live DJ support from AAA DJ’s Tiesto, David Guetta, Axwell and so many more, dropping in festivals and clubs all over the world, with its most recent appearance coming from Gryffin on the main stage at Ultra Music Festival Miami. Its still-swelling stats show that not only have the DJs feel in love with it, but clubbers too with a whopping 25million global streams and 41m views on TikTok, and a tasty 14 spins on BBC Radio 1’s Party Anthems.


Freejak’s highly polished production sound has seen him work alongside many of the world’s biggest names in electronic and pop music such as Paul Oakenfold, Kelis, Tom Zanetti, Sigala, Craig David, Disciples, Lost Frequencies, Tough Love, and many more.

He is continually supported in the clubs and on the airwaves by a vast selection of A list DJ’s that also includes Diplo, Fatboy Slim, MistaJam, Dillion Francis, Oliver Heldens, Lost Frequencies, Danny Howard, and too many more to name.

Freejak’s influence on the music scene isn’t restricted to impressing DJ nobility; he has been turning heads within the record industry too, working closely with a global selection of key major and indie labels at Big Beat/Atlantic, Spinnin/Warner, Columbia/SONY, Champion, FFRR, Warner, BMG, Vicious, Central Station and Armada.

‘Reach Out’ is yet another quality release for Perfect HavocShortlisted for Best Independent Record Label at the 2023 Music Week Awards, Perfect Havoc’s niche of commercial dance with a smattering of the more club-focused sounds has given rise to six UK Top 20 singles, multiple platinum, gold, and silver awards, and over 10 billion global streams. Keep an ear out for more releases in 2023 with cuts also lined up from Ros-T, Tobtok & Astrality, Harrison, Movada & DJ Yuki and Ben Pearce.



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