Robin Schulz, Eden Prince revamp Dennis Lloyd's streaming smash NEVER GO BACK with fiery new remixes




Multi-platinum international star Dennis Lloyd has shared two brand new remixes of recently released smash "Never Go Back" from Robin Schulz and Eden Prince, available now via Arista Records.

Taking on a life of their own, the two remixes are vastly different, but equally as powerful. 

German hit-maker Robin Schulz transforms "Never Go Back" into a serendipitous blend of tropical house and pop notes, true to Schulz's signature sound and perfect for your poolside playlists.

UK producer Eden Prince turns up the tempo in his official remix, amplifying the Dennis Lloyd original with an infectious melodic house melody with the versatility to please the crowds of warehouses and festival main-stages alike.
"I am really excited about this remix. Dennis has such an outstanding voice and the song caught my attention from the very first moment," Robin Schulz said.
"Never Go Back" is the lead single off Dennis Lloyd's critically acclaimed Exident EP that earned high praise upon its arrival with support from TIME Magazine, Complex, Forbes, CLASH, Billboard, This Song Is Sick and more.

With over 8.2 million monthly listeners, Dennis Lloyd is now firmly placed among Spotify's top 400 artists.

After completing three years of service in the Navy, Lloyd moved to Bangkok in search of a creative haven.

Basking in the quiet space of a one-bedroom apartment, with no Wi-Fi and only his instruments, laptop, and a microphone, he spent the next year creating, composing and recording close to forty original songs.

Among that amazing cache of material was "Nevermind," detailing the beginning of his ill-fated relationship with a woman he fell for while traveling in Thailand.

Self-released by Lloyd in 2016, "Nevermind" slowly but surely proved a planetary phenomenon. 

Remixed and re-released by Dennis the following year, the track saw even greater success, earning over 1 billion worldwide streams along with gold and platinum certifications in Australia, Germany, Italy, France and the United Kingdom, among others.

What's more, "Nevermind" reached the top 3 at Alternative radio outlets across the United States, ultimately becoming Lloyd's debut entry on Billboard's "Hot 100."

Lloyd is currently traveling the planet on the epic "Never Go Back Tour," with recent highlights including show-stopping sets at Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival in April, sold out shows at the El Rey in Los Angeles and the famed Irving Plaza in Manhattan, and a lauded performance at New York City's Governor's Ball (May 31), Lloyd is also set for a number of eagerly awaited festival performances, including Dover, DE's Firefly Music Festival on June 21.

Additional dates will be announced.

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Once you hear these two remixes, you may "Never Go Back" to the original! Enjoy both the Robin Schulz Remix and Eden PrinceRemix of Dennis Lloyd's hit "Never Go Back" now on your favorite streaming portal.

German house music producer Robin Schulz became an overnight sensation when he scored an international smash hit with his very first commercial release, a lush remix of "Waves" by Dutch rapper Mr. Probz. It hit number one in six European countries and number three in six more. His follow-up single, a club-ready remix of French indie pop duo Lilly Wood & the Prick's "Prayer in C," was even more successful, going to number one in ten European countries. After the success of his first two singles, his third, "Willst Du" (Do You Want To)," a remix of a satirical track by German rapper Alligatoah, was released in September 2014, and his debut album, Prayer, followed later that month. Having made his name with remixes, Schulz was not about to mess with the formula, and the album consisted almost entirely of his remixes of other artists' songs, with only a few original productions. Later that year his remix of "Waves" by Mr. Probz became a massive dance-floor hit, while 2015 saw him release the single "Headlights" along with the sophomore album Sugar.

The "Shed a Light" single, a collaboration with David Guetta and Cheat Codes, released in 2016, and spawned a pair of remix EPs and nearly 200,000,000 streams. The song also appeared the following year on Schulz's full-length album, Uncovered, which also included the single "OK" featuring James Blunt. A second single, "Oh Child" with Piso 21, arrived in 2018. He scored another hit that year with "Speechless" featuring Erika Sirola before returning with the 2019 single, "All This Love" which featured Harlœ.

U.K. producer Eden Prince emerged into the world of dance music with a series of inspired remixes and recreations of popular hits. Maintaining a fairly mysterious public persona, Prince began leaking his smooth, club-ready covers of songs by Michael Jackson and Britney Spears, among others, around 2015. For his series of covers he worked with visual artist Domingo Zapata, who created colorful artwork for each single. In addition to these covers, Prince also worked on various remixes. In the late summer of 2017, following a mass of covers and remixes, he offered up his first original song, a single called "Obvious" featuring vocals from Cassie.

7 - Washington, DC - 9:30 Club
8 - Cleveland, OH - LaureLive
10 - St. Paul, MN - Amsterdam Hall
12 - Denver, CO - Bluebird Theater
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