If you’ve been to a tailgate, house party, or even a gym recently, you’ve probably heard Two Friends. The electronic DJs have captivated audiences with their unique, fast-paced remixes and dance-worthy original tracks. Consisting of Matt Halper and Eli Sones, the duo has released 22 iterations of their iconic “Big Bootie Mix” and reimagined hits by artists including The Chainsmokers, Dua Lipa, and Blink-182. Coming off their Coachella debut in April, Two Friends embarked on the next exciting chapter in their career with their stateside Planet Two Friends tour, bringing their signature dance mixes to major cities throughout the country until the end of the summer. With over 25 shows across 20 states, Two Friends has little time to rest, so utilizing free time has become of utmost importance. Treating themselves to a moment of relaxation is both a priority and a necessity— and it has never been easier thanks to Wendy’s.
Now, “me time” is a little bit sweeter with the Strawberry Frosty, a playful summertime twist on the iconic Wendy’s Frosty that captures the blissful taste of summer in every bite. Soundtrack your summer with the playlist below curated by Two Friends below and get the Strawberry Frosty at a Wendy’s near you.
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More Than Yesterday — Two Friends ft. Russell Dickerson
Two Friends’ first playlist pick is their latest single. “More Than Yesterday” is a quintessential summer dance track. Russell Dickerson’s country-pop vocals, paired with nostalgic, love-inspired lyrics, are perfect for driving with the windows down or going to the beach.
Out The Blue — Koastle
Koastle, another California-based DJ duo, lays a dreamy vocal over a plucky synth lead on their single, “Out The Blue.” Whether you are “chasing sunsets” or spending time at home, this song will lift your spirits.
Rock Ur World — Knock2
Knock2’s ability to fuse genres with heavy bass has skyrocketed the producer’s career. “Rock Ur World” captures the energy of the rising dubstep artist with an infectious beat that can take your party from day to night.
All I Need — Forester
Electronic duo Forester’s “All I Need” showcases their unique ability to create soundscapes inspired by nature. The progressive layering toward the drops feel as if they are building toward a sunset, making this track an essential for a chill yet upbeat evening.
City Of Love — Surf Mesa, Selah Sol
Selah Sol’s smooth vocals cruise over a signature warm, electronic instrumental by Surf Mesa. Though the lyrics depict the struggle of moving on, listeners will find that the track is best paired with the freedom of summer and soaking in the sun.
Food for the Soul — it’s murph
“Food for the Soul” is exactly what it sounds like, starting with a mellow intro that builds into a beautiful celebration of electronic music. The song captures the euphoria of dancing to your favorite songs at a concert but is still lowkey enough to be background music for a relaxed night.
Til U Hate Me — Łaszewo
With synths reminiscent of Passion Pit, “Til U Hate Me” feels like a timeless summer song. Łaszewo vocalist Keeva Bouley reminisces on past summers and simpler times that emphasize the dedication she has for her lover.
Be So Alive — BKAYE
“Be So Alive” by BKAYE checks off all the boxes of dance music: an electrifying chorus introduced, traditional riser and steady beat make for a great poolside instrumental.
Keep You As A Memory – Disco Lines Remix — Disco Lines, 33 Below
Disco Lines transforms 33 Below’s “Keep You As A Memory” into a dance track that is larger than life, fusing drum and bass with dubstep and trance-inspired sounds.
No Saving Us (feat. SAYGRACE) — Two Friends, SAYGRACE
Dance-pop masters Two Friends join forces with pop vocalist SAYGRACE for a bright, bouncy track that leans into the wide spectrum of feelings one has when they fall in (and out of) love.
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