“Fences (Feat. Sam Tinnesz)” – Stefy De Cicco x Wasback

You’ll want to turn up the volume for this one. Stefy De Cicco and Wasback have released their latest single “Fences” featuring Sam Tinnesz, an upbeat, electronic hit that will have you from zero to dancing in seconds.

“Fences” foregoes the standard intro and immediately throws you into the fray with a quick lyrical line before you are in the midst of a driving ambient electronic beat. The instrumentation quickly builds with echoes and percussive snaps until you are met with an orchestra of sounds that leads into an encapsulating, dreamy chorus. Sam Tinnesz sings “baby all I’m asking, put your fences down” with his emotive voice that has an almost velvety texture to it. The surprises continue with intricate production that perfectly rises and falls with the lyrics as it tells a story of breaking down walls.

Producers Stefy De Cicco and Wasback, otherwise known as Alessandro Didonato, are based in Italy, while Sam Tinnesz is a singer and songwriter based in Nashville, Tennessee. This incredible international collaboration highlights the strengths of each artist in an impeccable house song that will stand the test of time. With its driving beats, dynamic production, and uplifting and engaging lyrics, “Fences” is a song that will only need one chance to win you over.

Written by Katrina Charles

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