PREMIERE: The Forevers Release Mia Twin Remix For Single ‘Frederique’

Brother-sister duo, The Forevers, introduce their latest single, ‘Frederique.’ The track features pulsing nu-disco beats, stirring string parts, and irresistible thumping bass. Eloquently spoken French fades in and out of the texture before Natalia Safran’s chilling melody begins. ‘Frederique’ sounds perfect for the club while somehow maintaining a distinctly relaxed atmosphere throughout, making it equally equipped for a relaxing night in. Considering the duo’s already impressive success, it’s no question this won’t be the last you hear from The Forevers.

About The Forevers
Singer songwriter Natalia Safran writes, produces and performs with her brother, Mick Jaroszyk. Their songs happily marry elements of the singer-songwriter style, pop and electronica.

Their upcoming release kicks off a debut of the siblings’ new project THE FOREVERS with an album containing a new original track ‘Frederique’ and seven remixes of the song as envisioned by seven incredible DJs from New York, Los Angeles, Ibiza, Warsaw and Berlin

The duo’s music has been winning over the audiences, critics and Hollywood movie makers alike and Natalia and Mick’s songs often find their way onto film soundtracks. They have a song in Sony’s ‘Flatliners’ out in theaters now and their prior release ‘Daylight’ was the official track of Lionsgate’s sweeping Nicholas Sparks screen adaptation ‘The Choice.’

Natalia and Mick’s last full album release was High Noon Remixes in 2015 and featured an original song and 15 remix reincarnations of this and three other tracks. The first single off the album ‘All I Feel Is You Cajjmere Wray Club Mix’ met with an overwhelming reception from audiences and DJs making it Billboard’s #3 Breakout for Dance Club Songs and storming up to Billboard’s Top 20 Club Play and maintaining its positions for 9 weeks.
Natalia and Mick’s 2013 debut album ’High Noon’ was funded by fans via Sellaband, where they quickly rose to the top of over 10,000 artists gathering $50,000 to produce their album. Truly an international effort the album was recorded in the US and Poland where the duo is originally from. It contains 12 songs varying in vibe from chilled out pop to trip hop. A few of the tracks were co-produced by Kiran Shahani of Supreme Beings of Leisure and Bitter:Sweet and mixed by Rob Chiarelli (Madonna, Pink, Christina Aguilera, Ray Charles, Quincy Jones, Shakira). One of the Shahani co-productions is ‘Big Wave’ with the video shot on the Mojave Desert by David Lynch’s right hand man, cinematographer Dan Kneece (Blue Velvet, Wild at Heart, Twin Peaks).

’High Noon’ had a special limited edition Sellaband release followed by a premiere in Poland to great critical acclaim and commercial success. Within a few short weeks Natalia and Mick exploded onto the Polish music scene capturing the hearts and imaginations of the Polish audience and critics alike, her face and sound becoming instantly recognizable. ‘Hey You’, the first single of the album, topped the Polish radio charts ahead of Adele, Coldplay, and Florence and The Machine.