Galantis & Throttle Release “Tell Me You Love Me” Remixes

Swedish dance pop giants Galantis and Throttle have released floor-filler remixes for their infectious banger ‘Tell Me You Love Me’. Toby Green, Michael Feiner, DropGun, Pat Lok, Raven & Kreyn, and Two Can all contribute new interpretations of the track.

Download “Tell Me You Love Me” Remixes

The Grammy-nominated duo have also released a music video for ‘Tell Me You Love Me’ featuring dancers lost in the music in three different cities reflects the truly global DNA of “The Aviary”, which was created over two years while Galantis was touring the world.

Tell Me You Love Me’ is taken from Galantis’ hugely popular album “The Aviary”, which has been streamed over 1 billion times and debuted in the Top 10 album chart in 23 countries (making #1 on the dance album chart in 17 countries).

The album – praised by Billboard as “the perfect kind of pop dance” – also features the irresistible singles ‘No Money’, ‘Love On Me’ and ‘Hunter’.

Galantis has to date achieved three platinum-selling UK Top 10 singles ‘Runaway (U & I)’, ‘Peanut Butter Jelly’ and ‘No Money’, and a growing string of high-rotation airplay hits. It’s easy to see why critically lauded songmakers are the go-to remixers for pop royals Sam SmithEd SheeranFlorence + The Machine and Selena Gomez.

Galantis is set to bring their “The Aviary” tour to Europe in February 2018, with special guests CID and Pat Lok – playing dates in London, Manchester, Glasgow (now sold out) and Dublin.

Never far from a stage ever since their debut in 2014, Galantis have played over 200 shows in the past year all over the world including a sold-out headline gig at London’s Brixton Academy, followed by sets in Coachella, Creamfields, V Festival, Ultra Music Festival, Lollapalooza and BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend.

At just 21 years of age, Australian producer Throttle has become one of the hottest names in dance music. Collaborating with the likes of Galantis and Oliver Heldens, officially remixing Ed Sheeran, Snakehips and Charlie Puth and performing at Tomorrowland all before his 21st birthday – it’s no wonder Throttle is regularly billed as ‘the next big thing’ in electronic music.

Best described as a blend of organic and electronic sounds, he adds his own unique stamp to every production – Throttle isn’t about what’s trending now, he is about getting the people asking ‘what’s that sound?’.


Feb 1 – Austria, Vienna – Gasometer

Feb 2 – Germany, Munich – Tonhalle

Feb 3 – Switzerland, Zurich – Halle 622

Feb 4 – Germany, Dusseldorf – Mitsubishi Electric Hall

Feb 6 – Belgium, Brussels – Ancienne Belgique

Feb 7 – Germany, Hamburg – Mehr! Theatre

Feb 8 – Netherlands, Amsterdam – Paradiso

Feb 10 – France, Paris – Elysee Montmartre

Feb 11 – Belgium, Brussels – Ancienne Belgique

Feb 14 – UK, London – Roundhouse

Feb 16 – Italy, Milan, Fabrique

Feb 17 – UK, Manchester – Victoria Warehouse

Feb 18 – UK, Glasgow – SSE Hydro Arena **** SOLD OUT ****

Feb 19 – Ireland, Dublin – Olympia


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