Riding the high of a wildly successful 2022, Truth x Lies returns to the release radar with their latest sonic masterpiece, ‘Take Me Away’. Ian Bertles and Ryan Howard, as the two constituents of Truth x Lies are known offstage, have been making waves in the dance music space. Creating a name for themselves in the rapidly expanding space of tech-house producers, the duo has dropped a slew of releases over the past year, and kicked off their highly-successful ‘Going Numb’ tour across North America in September, hitting major cities including Miami, Chicago, San Francisco, and more. The latest from the duo follows their September-released collaborative hit ‘Numb’ with Zookëper and SODIUM which found a home with the coveted Hau5trap family, as well as their August-released hit single ‘Like This’ via Glasgow Underground. Offering fans a delectable treat to close out the year, ‘Take Me Away’ is out now via Night Service Only.
‘Take Me Away’ is a propelling endeavor that immediately kicks off with an alluring vocal cut perfectly paired alongside an infiltrating bass that can be heard throughout the entirety of the track. Audibly boasting dark, intoxicating synth work, glitch-like elements and envelope-pushing basslines, the track utilizes the signature sonic elements that has set the sonic duo apart from any other artist in the musical space. Replete with four-on-the-floor sensibilities, from start-to-finish, Truth x Lie‘s latest endeavor is a certified club hit fueled with explosive energy and atmospheric ambiance. Be it through headphones or on the dancefloor, the endlessly playable tune serves as quintessential listening material for dance music fans and club goers alike.
“We’re continuing our streak of peak hour bangers with our new record ‘Take Me Away’. Old school vocals, a driving baseline and TxL’s signature arps will ensure that this one does damage on the dance floors. Super stoked to be back at home with the Night Service Only fam!”
– Truth x Lies
“Truth x Lies have been on absolute fire lately, and I’ve been playing so many of their tracks in my sets. I am super excited to welcome them back to NSO with “Take Me Away” This one is guaranteed to get the party going!”
‘Take Me Away’ marks another stride forward in the impending reign of Truth x Lies within the burgeoning tech-house space, offering fans a delicious taste for what’s coming next from the rising talent. 2022 was a wild ride for the duo, a year packed to the brim with several sonic tech-house bangers and embarking on their ‘Going Numb’ North American tour which saw the duo grace the stages of coveted festivals including Electric Zoo and EDC Orlando, as well as performing alongside the likes of Dombresky, CID, Noizu and Sacha Robotti. Truth x Lies production knows no boundaries, capturing the attention of dance music fans across the globe with their stellar production capabilities and unique sound design. Gearing up to drop a slew of infectious original productions in 2023, the rising duo is undoubtedly a force to be reckoned with in the electronic dance space, with nowhere to go but up.
ABOUT TRUTH X LIES – Cohesively centering their identity around a concept that colors their sonic output, Truth x Lies has made quite an impression on the electronic dance circuit. You don’t have truth without lies, nor Ian Berles without Ryan Howard. The duo has had an exhilarating start to their young career, winning Insomniac’s Discovery Project in 2017 with their first original production ‘City Lights’, as well as BONNIE X CLYDE’s Bass Jam Remix Competition for 2017’s ‘Wanted’ EP. The rising duo has amassed over 12,000,000 streams across all music platforms and has garnered support from the likes of Zeds Dead, AC Slater, Tiësto, Dombresky, Pasquale Rotella, and more. Paving the way for new and exciting opportunities, Truth x Lies saw massive success, stepping behind the decks at major festivals including Beyond Wonderland, Electric Zoo, and EDC Las Vegas, and notable venues including Echostage, Academy LA, and Exchange. Playing shows in hundreds of major cities across the United States, the duo has provided support to dance fixtures including Dr. Fresch, Dom Dolla, and Mercer. Tonally attuned to two specific sonic counterparts, dark, stimulating tech-house and lighter, more modern tech-house, Truth x Lies production knows no boundaries. As one of the most talked about up-and-coming artists, Truth x Lies is undoubtedly one of 2022’s hottest acts in tech-house.