Xinobi's new single is, above all, an under-covered uplifting song. It's dark and epic; simultaneously discordant and melodic and it can capture the deepest feelings on people. It goes deep on House and, somehow, happy on Disco. It really works as a party track without being it exclusively. And it's catchy. Xinobi has been opening its way through the dance scene on the back of highly successful singles like Day Off or The Best of Me (both released on Kris Menaces label Work it Baby), X Marks The Spot (in collaboration with Moullinex), a number of remixes (Kris Menace, Zimmer, Rubix, Toro Y Moi, Saarid, Moullinex) and an incredible touring schedule that takes him all over the world. Xinobis influences are as diverse as his record collection consequently his productions are eclectic and self-freshened as its not easy not to get surprised every time he releases something. Although you can simply label it as Disco / House / Electro / Techno, the truth is that there is a unique watermark on his sound. That versatility is also visible in his performances. You can travel from fresh-funk to a deeper mood without losing consistency as he can soundtrack from Miami palm-trees to Berlin cold nights; and everything in between.