OUT March 31

After the roaring success of Min the Universe’s Westworld Reanimated, he has stepped back onto the scene in time to usher in the warm season with A Million Fireflies (feat. Nina Grace). This collaboration with fellow New Yorker Nina Grace is the truest Min the Universe sound we’ve heard yet, with shimmering plucks paying homage to dance music of yesteryear combined with aggressively modern soundscapes resulting in a progressive house track that exudes both familiarity and curiosity.

Min the Universe and featured singer Nina Grace met in Feb 2020, one month before the world got turned upside down. Brought together via an NYC music incubator, Min craved Nina’s epic, soaring (and classically trained) vocals wrapped in bass-heavy instrumentals on this anthemic track about victory, struggle, romance, and rebirth. They dream about festival stages they will grace one day soon and sharing their creation with dance-lovers everywhere. Nina Grace comments,

“Writing and performing this electronic song has been a fun new experience for me! I hope that the catchy lyrics and powerful beats will resonate with fans as much as they do for us.”

Min is an NYC-based EDM music producer and has been featured in music publications including EDM Movement, A&R Factory, UFO Network, and many others.

A citizen of the Min the Universe world, his music pulls sounds from house, progressive house, pop, techno, and beyond to create a sonic tapestry that transcends barriers and draws listeners into new parallel universes uniquely their own. Nina Grace is an NYC-based singer and songwriter who studied music at Barnard College, Columbia University with concentrations in opera and jazz. She released her debut EP in 2019 and is actively releasing original music and writing with other artists. She is influenced by rock, folk, and soul and describes her music as smooth, soulful, poetic, and honest. A Million Fireflies (feat. Nina Grace) drops everywhere on Wednesday, March 31.

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