13 Iconic EDM Songs Everyone Loves Singing Along to Live

Whenever these songs drop, whole crowds sing along.

There are songs so deeply engrained in the EDM vernacular that if they’re performed in a live setting intuition takes over. Below are our highlights of songs that have crowds singing their every lyric word for word around the world at shows and festivals. 

1. Zedd – Clarity (ft. Foxes)

While the lyrics and songwriting by Foxes create”Clarity” singalong worthy, most crowds appear to have equal pleasure in chiming in with all the background vocals about the construct and drop of this track. 

2. Above & Beyond – Sun & Moon (ft. Richard Bedford)

We have not seen teary eyes than when this tune comes on in a bunch. Forever a basic of Above & Beyond’s collections, the pure response to this track is just unmatched. You are in for a surprise if you think everybody on your festival group is outside engaging in a psychological singalong to this one.

3. Benny Benassi ft. Gary Go – Cinema (Skrillex Remix)

This tune is in a class of its own. We can’t think of another path that has been performed for a time period, while getting strong responses from crowds worldwide as many occasions.

4. 3LAU – How You Love Me (ft. Bright Lights)

This is a path that everybody appears to know the lyrics but for some reason, few understand the name. Listen to 3LAU’s”How You Love Me” beneath, it might be a tune you’ve lbeen searching for.  

5. Krewella – Alive

This was one of the very first EDM tracks we can remember to receive top 40 radio play, concurrent with an EDM flourish in the United States. In every capacity, it was immediately memorable In the noise design to the songwriting. It is no wonder once the movie intro kicks in during a Krewella live series, crowds around the planet know what to do. 

6. ODESZA – Say My Name (accomplishment ) Zyra)

At this point in its life span, ODESZA’s 2014 launch”Say My Name” doesn’t quite have the nostalgia factor working for this yet. Therefore it is not that this track feels comfortable like an old friend, however, the duo has been touring for several decades now.

7. Kaskade – Disarm You (ft. Ilsey)

Kaskade has been a staple of festivals around the world. Nevertheless, his 2015 launch”Disarm You” has become a fan favorite in his live sets. Kaskade is known for frequently diversifying his performances, so whenever he drops”Disarm You” lovers are thrilled to dip in with all the lyrics.

8. Swedish House Mafia – Don’t You Worry Child (ft. John Martin)

Before their own hiatus, Swedish House Mafia could not have completed on a note with the launch of this tune. The hype surrounding this trail on the radio and online tour expanded the reach of the group beyond the music ecosystem. There’s no greater sign of succeeding when individuals who don’t normally enjoy or listen to digital music may sing this term for word. 

9. Avicii – Levels

Live tributes by DJs around the world to the late Tim Bergling show us that the iconic progression of”Levels” will always invite audience participation regardless of who’s playing it out. 

10. NERO – Promises

A remix greatly assisted along the first trajectory of this song from Skrillex. Given NERO’s impact on music in the years since people appear to be taking an appreciation that is equivalent to the original. In any event, once the chorus of”Promises” hits, everybody will try to reach the high notes (and few will succeed).

11. Calvin Harris – Feel So Close

Even if you’re not the best singer, you might have a chance at this if”Feel So Close” is based on. It is laid back enough to the point where it seems like an song for everyone to sing. Maybe this is the magical behind Calvin Harris’ breakthrough single.

12. Alesso vs. One Republic – If I Lose Myself

At its peak you could hear this song on festival mainstages, bars, college parties, and every venue in between. The impassioned crowd response has always been the same. To think Alesso’s version dramatically outshined the original release by One Republic is a remarkable accomplishment by Alesso.

13. Sebastian Ingrosso, Tommy Trash, John Martin – Reload

There’s no additional perspective we can give on this track. Everyone knows it, everyone sings along with it. “Reload” is unanimously regarded as a timeless contribution to electronic music, so when John Martin’s”take my hand…” lyric comes from the crowd is inevitably prepared to buckle out what is next. 

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