Meet Lulleaux. He’s Dutch! And a DJ-slash-producer.

The rising star doesn’t need much of an introduction for the electronic super-nerds out there: he’s already racked up over 1.9 million monthly listeners on Spotify with original tracks like “Contact” and “All The Kids,” as well as remixes for the likes of Rita Ora‘s (the incredible “I Will Never Let You Down”) and Benny Benassi and VASSY (“Even If.”) He’s received support from Pete Tong and Tiesto, too.

Lulleaux’s dropped two singles at once on Thursday (May 10) – and they’re both great, for entirely different reasons.

The first, “Sober,” is a synth-y, sunny poolside dance-pop throbber, serving up a heavy dose of Tove Lo and ALMA-style sass and hard partying vibes, as Danish up-and-coming crooner Fie Laursen indulges in a substance-fueled late night booty call. (#Relatable #content!)

“This is a track that is a bit different and more experimental than the tracks that I recently dropped. The instrumental stays calm while the vocal makes it catchy as hell,” the producer says of the song.

On the other hand, the vastly more moody “Missing You” leans more towards the EDM festival front, with a vocal assist from breathy Swedish singer-songwriter NEIMY. The wistful track is all sorts of heavy feelings, with thick slabs of synths to distract from those falling tears. Only problem with the track? It’s too short. (2:30? Come on now!)

“I hate musical boundaries. For me, it’s all about good vibes and melodies,” Lulleaux adds.

Pop these two bops into your Summer ’18 playlists now. Hopefully, they’ll provide the soundtrack to some happy, potentially messy memories in due time.

“Sober” / “Missing You” were released on May 10. (iTunes)

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