With the weather heating up, we’ve added some new tunes to make beach days even better. Even if you’re just lying on your tiles to make the Adelaide summer more bearable, Fresh has got your back.

Nathan Dawe – Cheatin’

First up is Nathan Dawe, an English DJ who boasts a passionate social following of 120,000 fans. Using the iconic vocals of Deborah Cox from 90’s RnB throwback ‘It’s over now’, Dawe manages to create a song that prides itself on an infectious good vibe (and don’t tell me you’re not loving a cheeky throwback). This tune will instantly make you want to think about having a Mojito by the pool while being fanned and fed grapes just like Sharpay from High School Musical 2. The harmonic riffs, the building beat, the nostalgia from a simpler time – it’s all a yes from me. With this killer tune as Dawe’s first debut single, we’re excited to see what he does next.

R3HAB and MOTi Feat. Fiora – Up All Night

Another song with powerful female vocals is again, a total delight. Already having a stellar résumé from creating official remixes for Lady Gaga, Rhianna, Calvin Harris and more, R3HAB, aka Fadil El Ghoul is one of the world’s top remix producers. MOTi, like R3HAB, is another Dutch House producer residing in Amsterdam who also got his start after being signed by Afrojack to his Wall Recordings Label. Representing Australia is Tassie based Fiora who absolutely slays with her intoxicating voice, and really brings out the core of the beat. Staying ‘Up all Night’ with these three talents sounds like a treat if you ask me.

Rudimental feat. Tom Walker – Walk Alone

For those who don’t follow Rudimental, they are a quartet of DJs and producers from London seemingly in a league of their own. Approaching their hugely anticipated new album ‘Toast to Our Differences’ to be released on the 25th of January, ‘Walk Alone’ is a sneak peek for what their fans can expect. If their new album is anything like this tune, it will be upbeat, euphoric and emotionally driven. ‘Walk Alone’ also marks Rudimentals first collaboration with British vocalist Tom Walker, who reflects the importance of mental health and looking out for your mates. A soothing beat and an important message – a great tune if you’re in need of some self-care.