Sultan & Ned Shepard are back with another huge progressive house anthem, this time on one of the largest dance labels there is, Spinnin’ Records. The boys from up north (that’s Canada) had an explosive year in 2012, splitting time between their residency at XS in Las Vegas and releasing a host of massive productions such as Somebody To Love and Walls.
Their first track of the new year, Ordinary People, combines elements of big room house with butterfly-inducing chords and majestic vocal riffs. Uplifting as it is, Sultan & Ned Shepard still make sure to include some nice bouncy bass, too, so don’t worry–they haven’t forgotten how to party. The throwback vocals of Max’C really help make this track something special and should remind people that, although it may be cold and dark outside, inside the club the music is still hot and heavy. Pick up Ordinary People now on Beatport and also make sure to check out the new music video down below.