Hear Andrew W.K.’s Aggressive EDM Debut ‘Party Til We Die’
Andrew W.K. is now dipping his toes into the dance music world with new track "Party Til We Die." The bass-heavy, big-room house track was produced by MAKJ and Timmy Trumpet. On the aggressive track, the rock artist and motivational speaker perpetuates his party-centric ethos with the repetition of the song's title in between expansive build-ups and booming drops.
In an interview with Billboard, MAKJ revealed that he had been working on the song for two years. For most of the time, he had trouble locating the right vocalist until he crossed paths with the musician at Miami's Ultra Music Festival. "Finding the right person for the song was a long and hard challenge, but having Andrew W.K. featured on his first dance tune was well worth the wait."
Over the last seven years, W.K.'s musical output has been minimal. His last two albums — 55 Cadillac and Gundam Rock — were released in 2009, and his most recent EP — The "Party All Goddamn Night" EP — was released in 2011 in Japan only.