You may remember that I exclusively premiered Nervo's "We're All No One" back in August. The song is the sisters' very first artist single that is taken their forthcoming debut LP. Liv and Mim are already massively popular on the DJ scene, stirring crowds from Miami to Ibiza, but "We're All No One" marks an adventurous new artistic direction for the two.
Liv and Mim perform the lead vocals on "We're All No One" and introduce a bold, progressive dance-pop sound. They worked on the tune with chart-topping pals Afrojack and Steve Aoki who bring a perfect balance of radio-savvy club beats and unorthodox production stylings to the song.
Slightly quirky and totally fun, "We're All No One" is dominated by its hands-in-the-air, anthemic pop chorus featuring Nervo's playful top line and commanding vocals that capture the duo's brash energy and rebellious spark. "We're all no one until someone thinks that we're someone. Until then we are no one," Liv and Mim sing, adding some lyrical fire to the forward production of the song.
Co-directed by none other than DJ Skeet Skeet, the brand-new video for "We're All No One" perfectly captures the song's care-free and rebellious spirit. The video was filmed in Los Angeles on a hot summer day and features a cameo by Steve Aoki.