The golden child of the Pryda Friends label, Fehrplay, is not one to be pigeonholed. While many of his releases have a certain grandiose and dramatic feel to them, filled with long buildups, this one is house through and through. Fehrplay has always opted towards the darker end of the spectrum, but the bassline is unquestionably deep house. This also might just be the moodiest release out of Fehrplay to date, reminiscent of Vanilla Ace or Sharam Jey in terms of tonality. Much like Prydz who thinks any genre is fair game to explore, Fehrplay dabbling in deep house keeps his sound fresh and his fans entertained. Besides, how can you go wrong when the song is free?