Front and centre sits a clever interpolation of Eiffel 65's seminal classic "Blue (Da Ba Dee)". Like "Blue", "Cry" is an undeniable dancefloor filler, but the track manages to tap into a more delicate emotionality than Betta Lemme's recent club bangers "Play" and "Mommy". Staccato string samples mimic gentle precipitation as skittering electronic percussion pierces a mist of reverb, though we're not left a moment too long before the beat kicks into life.

The multilingual singer, who has previously collaborated with American duo Sofi Tukker, saw her debut single "Bambola" re-enter the charts ahead of "Cry"'s release, thanks to its inclusion on the soundtrack for Netflix original film "To All The Boys: Always and Forever". Whether you've followed her from the beginning, or joined the hype train in 2021, this new single is bound to get you itching to throw some shapes on a post-pandemic dancefloor.

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"Cry" is out now via Ultra Records.