Polo & Pan team up with Samaran for “Tunnel” Remix


Nearly three months after the release of their sophomore album, Cyclorama, Polo & Pan are still receiving much praise for their work.  The few first singles from the project, which started coming out last year, have gone on to receive a healthy amount of streams in the millions – “Ani Kuni,” in particular, going gold in the duo’s home country of France!  Polo & Pan’s success is clearly not slowing down any time soon, especially as they have started playing shows and festivals again.  If you head out to see them in concert, you might hear this new version of another fan favorite, “Tunnel.”

Originally released as a single in June, “Tunnel” is a dramatic dance track that has a bit of a cosmic vibe.  Compton rapper Channel Tres is also featured, his lyrics dreamy enough to send listeners into a trance.  Keeping the dance elements intact, as well as Channel Tres’s mystical sentiments, Parisian producer Samaran works his magic for the remix.  Incorporating his signature blend of drum work and modern house sounds, Samaran gives “Tunnel” a fresh edge that turns the party up from 10 to 11.  You can check it out below.

You will also be able to hear other remixes of “Tunnel” in the weeks to come, as Polo & Pan work on new versions.

For now, you can listen to “Tunnel (Samaran Remix)” on platforms like Apple Music and Spotify.  You can also catch the original version of “Tunnel” on the FIFA 22 soundtrack.

Catch Polo & Pan on their upcoming tour here.

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