dj poolboi Shares ‘Felt Like We Were In Heaven’ Video

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Up-and-coming electronic producer dj poolboi has released a video for his song “felt like we were in heaven,” which is from his new album, “stay just a little while longer.” The album comes in a limited edition clear vinyl, there are a lot of different types of music, like dream-pop, afro-house, and hip-hop.
The singles that have come out before this one are ‘take me far away,’ which is a cover of Petula Clark’s ‘la nuit n’en finit plus’, and’malo okoma’, which is a song by Zambian singer Theresa Ng’ambi and a video shot in her home country.

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“We shot the video in Berlin with director iamjohannes. A big thank you to choreographer Marie Zechiel, our dancers Siri Elmqvist, Alexander Teutscher, Fidolina Bartz & Jakob Anis Feldman. Thanks also to executive producer Sabine Hruschka and editing & post-production metawaste. I hope you enjoy it,” dj poolboi says.

In this song, ‘felt like we were in heaven,’ the simple pleasures of coming home are made even better by the cheerful rolling beats. In his new video, dj poolboi talks about the child in all of us. At times, he is flirty and silly, and at other times, he is heartfelt.

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About dj poolboi

dj poolboi was born and raised in Austin, Texas. He lives there now, too. As of 2020, when the artist released his first album through Majestic Casual. He also released music through Shall Not Fade and remixed Moby and 3STRANGE’s songs for official remixes. So far, he has had over 55 million plays on Spotify. Goldenvoice’s Splash House Festival is where the producer has played. He has opened for Ross from Friends and Baltra, as well as DJ Seinfeld, George Fitzgerald, and park hye gin, to name just a few of the other artists.

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