Norwegian dance act CLMD began like a duo of childhood friends Carl Louis and Martin Danielle. They produced a splash this year 2010 with “The Message,” a monitor supported from the Increasing Music label that was also charted by Axwell, among the suppliers’ inspirations. They crossed over with remixes of songs by Bruno Mars (“Simply how you Are”) and Estelle (“Fall in Like”), released a 12″ on Steve Angello’s Size label, founded a shop label through Sony, and obtained major strikes with “Dark Eye and Blue” and “The Message,” the second option of which proceeded to go platinum many times over in Norway. In 2014, following a launch of “Crazy Males,” Louis opted to keep in search of a single career. Danielle maintained CLMD as an acronym for “Create Like, Music and Dreams” and continuing to create high-spirited EDM with “Maintain Thinking,” a 2015 solitary that presented a business lead vocal from Jared Lee.