Nashville singer-songwriter Davis Mallory and pop vocalist Luma team up for a duet track "Let Me Go In Peace" a future bass production by Indian DJ/Producer Cosmos. Asia's largest music festival Sunburn Music Festival tweets early support for the track which debuted at #2 on India's iTunes Music Alternative Top 100 Chart!
The ethereal composition features the lovely two power-packed vocalists Davis Mallory & Luma and with its unique touch, Cosmos gives the track an orchestral break down that finishes with the unique sound of a train leaving faintly in the background and the constant tone of a telephone off the hook.
"'Let Me Go In Peace' is about a tumultuous relationship and the desire to end it in peace" says Mallory "both Luma and myself were going through this kind of breakup when we wrote the song. Luma (Britanny Cannarozzi) came up with the idea of "Let Me Go In Peace" and together we wrote the lyrics and melodies over the instrumental provided by Cosmos." It was Mallory who initially contacted Cosmos to create a collaboration prior to the two of them meeting in person at Amsterdam Dance Event last October.
"Let Me Go In Peace" follows the release of Davis Mallory's latest single "Dance With Me" with French DJ Loic Penillo which garnered media attention in Billboard, Instinct, Digital Journal and is currently airing on Out TV in the Netherlands, Revry TV in the USA & Promo TV in France & Europe. Davis Mallory was also featured on BuzzFeed's 16 Men From "The Real World" Who Had A Total Glow-Up. Mallory appeared on MTV's The Real World Denver and the MTV Game shows The Inferno 3, Dual 2 & Rivals.
“Let Me Go In Peace" is Davis' 2nd release in 2018 and follows Mallory's many successes the year prior. Mallory signed singles to record labels for the first time in 2017. Landis’ “Loud (feat Davis Mallory)” dropped on Grammy-nominated French producer Cedric Gervais’ Delecta label and earned him a Spotlight Artist feature on the label’s website. This was followed by a collaboration with Swedish producer John Dahlback (Lady Gaga, Swedish House Mafia, Avicii) on a release titled “Anyone Would Know,” a cornerstone of Dahlback’s Color In My Heart EP on Armada Records. His debut EP, LOUD, was released on July 7, 2017, and spawned music videos for the title track, “Be Without You”, and “Because of Love”, which nabbed a feature on EDM powerhouse blog YourEDM. He toured the US after the EP’s release - kicking off at Milwaukee Pride (alongside Betty Who & Todrick Hall) and performing in Nashville, LA & NYC. Mallory's hard work and touring in conjunction with the publicity his album garnered set off a snowball effect - his social media channels began seeing a spike in traffic, leading to “Loud” and “Somebody’s Watching”, a release separate of his EP, surpassing 250,000 listens on Spotify and still rising.