The follow-up to one of 2018's biggest tracks.
"Euphoric Dreams" sees Krystal Klear attempt another big-room home run with much of what made "Neutron Dance" irresistible. The synths shimmer, the melody sounds deliriously happy and it has the same vaguely retro sound that made "Neutron Dance" feel familiar. But the rush is less exciting the second time around—the melodies feel excessive, the energy canned. "Miyoki" tries something different. Its uppercut chord progression and throbbing hi-NRG bassline is primed with multiple breakdowns that might make some DJs grin, and others blush. These tracks are catchy and undeniably effective, but a little hollow, too.