Song of the Week: Cash Cash ‘All My Love’ (feat. Conor Maynard)

This week’s Song of the Week comes from two longtime faves: Cash Cash and Conor Maynard!

Following the release of their ROZES-assisted breakup anthem “Matches” back in March, the New Jersey-bred production trio have teamed up with the YouTube cover star for another emotional slice of satisfying electro-pop with their latest, “All My Love“!

Much like “Matches,” “All My Love” is an explosive, emotional roller coaster of a song that sees Cash Cash letting their feature star, in this case Conor, take the lead as he lays down a passionate vocal across a building future-bass production. “How can I sleep when you’re out there/ With all my love?/ I can’t believe that you left here with all my love/ Bring it back, bring it back, back, back oh woah/ All my love,” Conor croons. It’s yes, another breakup anthem if you will, but with an even more satisfying beat drop. Sad disco done right!

“It was a very natural collaboration. He’s one of those singers that can just throw it down the first time and make it sound finished,” Cash Cash said in a statement. “We attached the production with a hyped energetic feel to give some contrast to the lyrics, and we’re very pleased with the way they complimented each other. The emotion in his voice really brought out the concept of the song, and gave us chills when we first listened back.”

“All My Love” by Cash Cash (feat. Conor Maynard) is also available on Apple Music and Spotify!


from Jon ALi’s Blog http://jonalisblog.com/2017/07/12/song-of-the-week-cash-cash-all-my-love-feat-conor-maynard/

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