Me & My Toothbrush Releases ‘Unbreakable’ on Enormous Tunes


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Following his recent funk-infused cut, ‘Watcha Want’, Swiss producer Me & My Toothbrush bounces straight back to the release front with a radio-ready single, ‘Unbreakable’ on Enormous Tunes.

Bursting with feel-good energy, ‘Unbreakable’ features motivational lyrics held up by a glistening pop-dance arrangement. Transporting listeners beach side, Me & My Toothbrush calls upon his signature guitar licks and warming analog synths. Showcasing his expert production abilities, this catchy new addition to his back catalogue has all the hallmarks of a summer dance anthem, and leaves listeners excited for what is yet to come from this dance aficionado.
Swiss musical mastermind Christian Hirt has been a constant force in the music industry since the 90s. A globally renowned producer and label owner, he launched his Me & My Toothbrush alias in 2013. Dedicating this project to disco and new funk, he fused together organic guitar sounds with analog synths, resulting in a fresh & clean musical blend (giving listeners that real toothbrush feel!) Achieving several Beatport No. 1 tracks, including ‘Get Down, JB!’, ‘Hands Off’, ‘Push The Tempo’, ‘Be Alright’ and ‘Funking Around’, some of his addictive cuts are approaching the 10 million stream mark and have made their way into influential playlists and sets around the globe.
A musician in the truest sense of the word, Chris Reece, as he is professionally known, boasts over two thousand published compositions, including his GRAMMY-nominated remix with EDX for Charlie Puth’s ‘How Long’ in 2019. Co-producing with the likes of Nora En Pure, EDX and many more, Chris has also been involved in over 500 official remixes for the likes of Camilla Cabello, Tiësto, Tove Lo, Beyoncé, Charlie XCX, David Guetta, to name a few. Mixing and mastering some of the biggest artists in pop and dance music, he has played an essential role in the development of dance culture, and continues to contribute to the scene with his own productions, his Enormous Tunes imprint, and its prolific sub-labels.