Feed Me Returns With “Nothing Hurts Like You”

Feed Me Returns With “Nothing Hurts Like You”
Brian Bonavoglia

If you’re a seasoned electronic dance music fan, it’s pretty much impossible not to get excited when it comes to new Feed Me music. After hitting us with his sophomore album, High Street Creeps, Feed Me has returned in a big way with his new single “Nothing Hurts Like You.”

Always proving to be in a league of his own, his newest release is more of an uplifting, pop-tinged tune featuring Sam Calver that is simply flawless driven by the British’s talents impeccable sound design.

If you’re looking to the perfect tune to welcome the new week, allow Feed Me‘s “Nothing Hurts Like You” to power you through the day. Check it out below!

Feed Me ft. Sam Calver – Nothing Hurts Like You | Download |

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Brian Bonavoglia

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