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Netsky Teams Up With Digital Farm Animals on New Track ‘Work It Out’ [LISTEN]

by Alexandria Wojcik   Jan 25, 2016 09:22 AM EST

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Belgian drum'n'bass producer Netsky has teamed up with London's Digital Farm Animals on a new track titled "Work It Out." The feel-good tune arrives mere days before the producer embarks on his 17-city Netsky And Chill Tour of North America.

"Work It Out" first premiered on Annie Mac's BBC Radio 1 show last week, Less Than 3 reports. The track is now streaming on Apple Music, Spotify and Soundcloud. Listen to it below.

The pop-leaning piano-heavy track begins with a slower, more radio-friendly tempo but picks up the pace at the chorus when the producer's signature beats take over and make it impossible for listeners not to "Work It Out" on the dance floor. The track effortlessly mixes emotional piano progressions, hard-hitting drum'n'bass breaks, and Digital Farm Animals' soulful vocals into one composition that highlights the best of both collaborators.

While it's not clear if the single will be featured on the producer's forthcoming album that has been teased to drop sometime this coming year, the new track gives listeners a taste of what to expect on his upcoming tour.

The Netsky And Chill Tour will see the artist throwing down in 17 different North American cities during February. According to the artist's website, the tour will feature all DJ sets rather than the live band he's toured with in the recent past.

"Work It Out" is not the first time the drum'n'bass maven enlisted the support of Digital Farm Animals. As This Song Slaps reports, the new track follows shortly after the duo's punchy festival banger titled "Rio."

Revisit "Rio" and watch the Leo Bridle-directed video featuring animated versions of the track's collaborators below.

As Billboard reports, Netsky recently signed to Ultra Records and has a new album in the works. Details of the producer's third full-length studio album, however, remain vague: no title has been teased and a release date has not yet been set.

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