While our throwback track series heavily revolves around those certified club bangers that’ll fill a dancefloor in seconds, there are times where it’s necessary to shine some light on some electro cuts that really hit us in the feels.
None fit the bill more than British synth-pop band Ou Est Le Swimming Pool and their emotional head-bobber ‘Dance The Way I Feel’, an electro-pop anthem that told the story of a troubled individual working through heart-break coupled with rippling chords and a timeless pace and feel.
The track was such a hit it managed to come in #3 place in Australia’s Triple J Hottest 100, only beat by Little Reds ‘Rock It’ and Angus and Julia Stones ‘Big Jet Plane’
The songs impact was ultimately felt when lead Charles Haddon jumped to his death following a performance at European festival Pukklepop in 2010 aged just 22.
What could have been right? Be sure to reach out to your mates and see how they are going!