Having scored the biggest hit of his career to date alongside Nonô with 12 million+ streams for ‘Sorry’, TCTS again teams up with the Brazilian vocal sensation for their brand new ‘Off My Mind’. The track represents his first release under a new deal with Insanity Records.
‘Off My Mind’ finds the two artists radically upping the energy from ‘Sorry’ with a track that’s sure to make an even bigger impact. Full of high-intensity house vibes, TCTS’s production delivers grooves that are as insistent as its drops are dynamic. Meanwhile, Nonô’s topline gives the club-ready track an exuberant appeal that will propel it into crossover pop territory.
TCTS says, “'I first met Nonô in the studio in London last year, on the day we wrote our first record 'Sorry' together. She blew me away with her writing, her vocal, and her energy. I couldn't wait to do more together, and I'm really excited with how 'Off My Mind' has turned out.”
Nonô adds, “I was so hyped to work with TCTS again. He’s extremely talented and I’m very happy to be releasing another record with him. ‘Off My Mind’ is about getting hooked up on feelings you can’t just brush away. It’s about being obsessed with something that is not necessarily good for you. You can’t help yourself: you’re addicted.”
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TCTS, real name Sam O’Neill, is a producer and DJ from Manchester. Having landed his first break by sending a demo to BBC Introducing, TCTS has since accumulated over 90 million career streams to date plus 1.1 million monthly listeners at Spotify. He hosts a key Friday night show at KISS FM, and has remixed or collaborated with an eclectic array of artists including David Guetta, Masked Wolf, Felix Jaehn, CamelPhat, Todd Terry, Alex Metric and Wilkinson.
TCTS played last week’s Kisstory Festival for Kiss FM, building on a year that has also seen him hit Ministry of Sound as part of a Toolroom Records takeover, and feature as an artist spotlight on Spinnin’ Sessions Radio. His DJ Duke collab, ‘Blow Your Whistle ‘21’, was also given a huge first festival play by Jonas Blue.
Originally from Rio de Janeiro and now based in London, Nonô’s vocal talent mixes Brazilian rhythms with pop immediacy, a cocktail that has made her an in-demand collaborator. Collabs with Marcus Layton, Parx and Joe Hertz have seen her rack up 40 million streams, and she also released her debut solo EP ‘Midnight Mimosas’ this summer. She played her debut London headline show at The Grace earlier this week.