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Seven Lions releases “Only Now” featuring Tyler Graves

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Seven Lions, the king of melodic dubstep, is back with his first solo single in over a year and a half, dating back to “Start Again” in 2018.

Featuring the heavenly vocals of Tyler Graves, “Only Now” includes the intricate production, euphoric songwriting and massive sound design that fans can only come to expect from the multi-faceted producer.

Out today on Ophelia Records, the release follows a string of chart topping hits including “Revelation” by Trivecta and Varien, “Dreaming” which saw Last Hereos and Luma join forces and Jason Ross‘ debut studio album 1000 Faces.

After recently wrapping up a massive 23-city Alchemy Tour of North America with Slander, NGHTMRE and The Glitch Mob, Seven Lions is set to hit the road again with festival circuit shows booked for North America and Canada from March until July.

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