One of the true veterans of the dance scene, producer Gary Louca has been pumping out heavy beats and soaring synths for longer than most. Under the moniker of Deltiimo, he’s taken his work into broader pop horizons and more varied club sounds, collaborating with producers such as Bradon Grobler to form wholly international tracks. One such modern wonder is “Lazy Summer Days”, a three and a half minute song that is soaked in sunlit vibes and the feelings of summer.
Coming from a team who specialize in crafting uplifting dance tracks, it’s no surprise that “Lazy Summer Days” arrives as a joyous ode to summer vibes. Fun-loving and anthemic by design, Deltiimo’s ability to forge euphoria out of blossoming synth patterns are on point, dressing the electronic harmonies with vibrant vocals and an undeniable energy. Lyrically, the anthemic mood of the track is bolstered by wistful words that reverberate throughout the piece, filling the voids and repetitions left by the instrumentation with sweet distracting sounds.
It speaks volumes that the song peaked at Number 1 on the Starfleet music pool and on Kings of Spins, and you have to wonder why ‘Lazy Summer Days’ hasn’t found its way to the top of more international dance charts. Brimming with potential and a sound that will entertain the public and DJ’s everywhere, “Lazy Summer Days” is a modern anthem that could so easily soundtrack all of your best Summer memories.