After proving that he’s capable of creating deep and moody house tracks, WNDR returns with Falling Down via Icons Creating Evil Art. The just-released single incorporates much of WNDR's same recipe: catchy synths, a deep bassline and a strong, melodic female vocal, and demonstrates the interest that the Oslo-native and up-and-coming DJ/producer has in sound experimentation.
Having already put in two decades of work and gained a reputation for himself in the club scene of his hometown, he landed Top 10 tracks in the UK and Ireland, and toured heavily across Europe. But his career continues on the rise.

Falling Down is one of my darker tracks. I've been experimenting with sound choices to give my sets a more dynamic feel. With this one, I think my followers will be positively surprised, that’s what I’m hoping for at least,” says WNDR about his latest release. Creating an emotional feel for the listener, this latest track has already been included in just a few days on the New Music Friday playlist of Spotify Norway and Spotify Iceland.

WNDR went platinum in Norway with his debut single, Medicine and the song was also playlisted on Norwegian P3. He later went on to release Human, which went straight into NRK MP3s playlist and HigherWNDR Remix by Lemaitre, which got playlisted on Kiss FM, played on SiriusXM and grabbed the attention of well-renowned DJ Martin Garrix. Many successes for the 32-year-old artist, who is ready to continue surprising his fans with new music.
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