The D&B producer cements his position as one of the most exciting breakthrough dance acts of recent years

Rising Drum & Bass star 1991 returns with the soaring new single ‘Worlds Apart’ featuring Goodboys, out NOW on Polydor Records.

Finding that perfect balance between freshness and familiarity, 1991’s dialogue with the dancefloor gets louder with every release. Worlds Apart is a powerful, euphoric D&B anthem featuring unforgettable vocal hooks from celebrated dance duo Goodboys, set against a synthscape full of ear-catching melodies and heavy drops. The single is 1991’s followup to ‘Horizon’, released in late 2023 and supported by Jack Saunders & Charlie Tee on Radio 1 alongside a slew of D&B DJs/producers. 

‘World’s Apart’ marks 1991’s second release since signing a major record deal with Polydor Records, and the start of a big year of plans for the artist. 1991 has spent the last month touring Australia and New Zealand with headline performances, and will be embarking on the biggest drum and bass tour to hit North America in March with WORSHIP artists Sub FocusDimension and Culture Shock.

A vibrant fusion of hooky melodics, heady emotions and high impact production, 1991’s contemporary signature continues to take him around the world, while leading to remixes of stadium-filling electronic acts such as Supermode, Axwell and Basement Jaxx. Racking up over one million streams in three weeks, the immense reaction to 1991’s latest remix of Mason vs. Princess Superstar’s ‘Perfect (Exceeder)’ is testament to the buzz around 1991’s music right now.

A rare gem in the music industry, GoodBoys have captured hearts worldwide with their infectious hooks and melodies. Their unique blend of dance music’s dark energy and radio-friendly pop euphoria strikes the perfect balance, resulting in multi-platinum success around the globe. ‘Worlds Apart’ with 1991 marks the duo’s first feature venture into the world of Drum & Bass, expanding their sonic horizons even further.

With their debut release, ‘Piece Of Your Heart’ alongside Meduza, they reached unprecedented heights, accumulating over a billion streams worldwide and achieving double platinum status in the UK alone. Their follow-up track, ‘Lose Control’ featuring Becky Hill, further solidified their impact, entering the UK Top 40 in its first week and amassing over 450 million streams.

With ‘Worlds Apart’, 1991 continues to cement his position as one of the most eye-catching rising stars of recent years. 



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