ROZES Enlists Nicky Romero On Nostalgia Trip 'Where Would We Be': Listen

Valentine’s Day may have come and gone, but you can still get ROZES for your lover with “Where Would We Be,” the latest single from the husky-voiced singer dance fans best know for her vocals on The Chainsmokers‘ “Roses,” Galantis‘ “Girls and Boys,” and Cash Cash‘s “Matches.”

It’s a reflective song, similar in sonic composition to Hailee Steinfeld and ZEDD‘s big hit “Starving.” It takes a look back to simpler times and romances the grade school era in a way that only the distance of time can capture.

Nicky Romero's Personal Journey With Anxiety: 'I Wanted to Quit Music’

Nick Rotteveel, the cosmopolitan DJ and Protocol Recordings founder commonly referred to as Nicky Romero, has cultivated a loyal worldwide following for his music.

Ever since his breakout single “Toulouse” in 2011, he, along with his arsenal of progressive records, has become a staple at music festivals from Tomorrowland and Coachella to Electric Daisy Carnival and Stereostonic.

Dutch Maestro Nicky Romero Teams Up With Teamworx

Joining forces for the first time, Dutch maestro and Protocol pioneer Nicky Romero has enlisted the skills of Israel-based Progressive House duo Teamworx for the latest single on Protocol Recordings, ‘Champion Sound’.

“It’s a really amazing feeling when you get to see an artist grow from release-to-release; it’s one of my favorite parts about running a label. We’ve put out several of Teamworx’s tracks on Protocol over the years and I’m thrilled to finally collaborate with them on this latest record Champion Sound,” says Nicky Romero.