Blanke Releases “Stuck On You” and Announces New EP on Ophelia

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Blanke just dropped “Stuck On You,” his first track of the year and the lead single for his upcoming EP on Ophelia, Land Of The Wayfarer!


If you love all types of bass music and haven’t heard of Blanke, it’s time to get acquainted. This Australian producer has risen the ranks of the scene quickly in the past few years and is making a name for himself with impressive releases on labels like Deadbeats and Ophelia Records.

This past year has seen Blanke return to North America to play massive festivals like EDC Las Vegas and Lost Lands while continuing to impress with new tunes as well. From the gritty sounds of “Mitosis” with Deathpact to the enchanting drum and bass on “Breathe” as a part of his ÆON project, Blanke surely knows how to keep his sound fresh and his fans guessing as to what he will do next.

For his first release of the new year, Blanke returns to Ophelia and brings us back to the melodic side with “Stuck On You” featuring Donna Tella. This heartfelt track sees him deliver a love song that will have listeners in their feels with its longing melodies, powerful drops, and entrancing vocals. It’s almost as if the singer is simply telling a story, taking us along on her journey in love and traversing her emotions throughout the track.

A lighter release from Blanke, “Stuck On You” is a breath of fresh air from his previous bass-fueled, yet masterfully crafted ones. It also marks the lead single for his upcoming, debut EP on Ophelia, Land Of The Wayfarer. The seven-track EP is due out on March 4, so make sure you stream this single on Spotify or your preferred platform and keep your eyes peeled for the full release!

Stream Blanke – “Stuck On You” (feat. Donna Tella) on Spotify:


Blanke - "Stuck On You" (feat. Donna Tella)

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Hannah Roberts is a graduate of San Diego State University, receiving a degree in journalism with an emphasis in public relations. While being a fan of dance music since she first heard deadmau5' "Ghosts 'n' Stuff" in middle school, she officially started attending EDM events and festivals in 2015 and hasn't left the scene since. Her favorite festivals are Ultra Miami and Electric Forest, and her favorite artists include Excision, Adventure Club, and deadmau5. Whether she's grooving to some tech house, getting down to dark techno, vibing to uplifting trance, or headbanging to bass music, you can be sure to catch her dancing her heart out at a variety of shows.

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