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"Saving Light"
An image of a mountain range during sunset with a person posing out of focus
Single by Gareth Emery and Standerwick featuring Haliene
from the album Monstercat 030 – Finale
Released30 January 2017 (2017-01-30)
FormatDigital download
StudioEmery's home studio
GenreUplifting trance
Length
  • 4:36 (original mix)
  • 6:38 (extended mix)
Label
Songwriter(s)
Producer(s)
Gareth Emery singles chronology
"Isolate"
(2014)
"Saving Light"
(2017)
"Call to Arms"
(2018)
Standerwick singles chronology
"Rebirth"
(2016)
"Saving Light"
(2017)
"Streets of Gold"
(2017)
Music video
"Saving Light" on YouTube

"Saving Light" is a song by English trance producers Gareth Emery and Standerwick, featuring American electropop singer-songwriter Haliene. It was written by Roxanne Emery, Haliene, Matthew Steeper, and Karra. The song premiered in June 2016, during the Electric Daisy Carnival music festival and was digitally released on 30 January 2017. "Saving Light" is a uplifting trance song with lyrics about standing up to bullying and supporting victims by being their "saving light". Canadian record label Monstercat released the song as part of an initiative called "Make Trance No. 1 Again". Their goal was to encourage fans to purchase "Saving Light" on Beatport, an online music store, to support the anti-bullying charity Ditch the Label and get it to the top of the Beatport charts. The song achieved this on 16 February 2017.

Critical response to "Saving Light" was positive: critics praised Haliene's vocal performance and its sound and composition. The song was voted the 2017 Tune of the Year on Armin van Buuren's radio show A State of Trance and the Best Original Trance track of 2017 by the r/EDM subreddit. "Saving Light" was featured on the compilation album Monstercat 030 – Finale, released on 22 February 2017. It was later re-released by Armada Music on van Buuren's 2017 trance mix album, A State of Trance 2017.

The song's music video was directed by London-based filmmaker Lee Jones and depicts a schoolgirl contemplating suicide after being a victim of bullying, with a teacher preventing her from doing so. The video received positive reviews and was praised for its depiction of bullying. The official remixes of "Saving Light" featured electronic music artists Notaker and W&W's trance side project Nwyr, and was released in August 2017. The song was performed at music festivals such as Ultra Music Festival, Dreamstate Vancouver, and Bliss: Transcendence and Emery included it on his Laserface and Saving Light tour set lists. Haliene released an acoustic version on 30 January 2019.

Writing and production[edit]

Haliene (pictured) co-wrote and performed the lyrics.

Electronic music producer Gareth Emery arranged songwriters Roxanne Emery, Haliene, Matthew Steeper, and Karra to conduct a writing session in his home studio. Gareth was not able to attend the session however and instead gave them a demo that he and trance producer Standerwick had been working on beforehand.[1][2]

Roxanne suggested that they write a song about suicide and the four composed the lyrics in under an hour and Haliene provided vocals.[1][2] Haliene explained its conception and depressing lyrical matter to Lisa-sun Nguyen of EDM Identity: "My whole goal is to bring more love and light to this world through my music, encourage people, and encourage togetherness. Coming out of dark places like I have got me thinking, 'How can we spin this?'"[2]

The four wrote the song around an initial chorus played by Steeper on piano. They later showcased the project to Gareth, where he immediately approved of it.[2] Once the vocals were completed, Emery and Standerwick tried different musical styles for six months before settling on a classic trance interpretation. Standerwick and Emery produced 20 versions of "Saving Light" with different instrumentals, some of which included an electronic dance music (EDM) drop and a dubstep section. Emery played each version as part of his DJ set before the song was completed.[1]

Composition and release[edit]

"Saving Light" is a uplifting trance song that lasts four minutes and thirty-six second; Its extended mix has a length of six minutes thirty-eight seconds.[3][4] It features synthesizers accompanied by Haliene's vocal performance.[5] The lyrics are about standing up to bullying and prejudice, suicide, and being a victim's "saving light".[5][6][1] Writers for Earmilk and EDM Identity described the song as "uplifting", with the former wrote that the producers followed a "seemingly formulaic path in creating this track. But what stands out is their command of melody, making "Saving Light" plain beautiful, emotional and a production that speaks to each level of talent involved."[7][8] Emery told Billboard that he did not want to get overly preachy or "diverge into PSA territory". He wanted to create a festival-suited trance song with a powerful message.[1]

"Saving Light" debuted at the Electric Daisy Carnival music festival in June 2016;[9] fans assumed that the song was produced by English artist Craig Connelly, though he later openly stated that the track was not his.[10] On 24 January 2017, Monstercat announced via YouTube that Emery and Standerwick would release "Saving Light" the following Monday. It was released as a digital download on 30 January 2017.[11] Throughout the month of February, the proceeds from "Saving Light" were donated to Ditch the Label, a charity which supports victims of bullying.[6][5] The song was featured on the compilation album titled Monstercat 030 – Finale released on 22 February 2017.[12]

"Make Trance No. 1 Again"[edit]

"Saving Light" was released as part of "Make Trance No. 1 Again", an initiative organised by Emery and Monstercat that encouraged fans to purchase the song via Beatport to support the anti-bullying charity Ditch the Label. It received 100% of the profits made from sales of the song throughout February.[13][1]

On 6 February 2017, "Saving Light" overtook tech house songs "Swagon" by Detlef and "Same Man" by Franky Rizardo to reach number one on the Beatport overall charts. It was the first trance song to enter the charts since "Anahera" by Gouryella in 2015, which reached only the number 10 position,[13] and the first trance song to reach number one in five years.[14] At the end of the year, it was revealed that it became the best-performing trance song in digital sales on Beatport.[15][16]

In a Facebook post, American DJ and producer Christopher Lawrence criticised Emery for promoting "Saving Light" in hopes of it reaching number one on the Beatport charts. Lawrence claimed that Emery had been "waving the EDM flag for years", saying that trance does not need saving and had been doing "just fine without [Emery]". Lawrence has since deleted his post.[13]

Remixes[edit]

Notaker (pictured) was one of the remixers featured on the extended play.

On 17 August 2017, an acoustic rendition of "Saving Light" was released as a collaboration between the Saint James Music Academy choir and Monstercat. A video showing Haliene performing the song alongside the choir was released by Monstercat via their YouTube channel.[17] Lennon Cihak of EDM.com praised Haliene's vocals, writing, "[Haliene] powers through the entire piece, placing her emotions, feelings, and strength behind the lyrics." Cihak also commended the overall video production, describing it as "warm, subtle and comforting".[18] Lisa-sun Nguyen of EDM Identity wrote that the acoustic rendition "retained much of the magic of the song but in a softer way and tugging at your heartstrings", adding that Haliene's vocals worked together with the choir to "make a song that was already amazing into something beautiful."[19]

An extended play of "Saving Light" was released in August 2017; it features six remixes by various artists, including one by American producer Notaker.[19] His remix was well-received; an EDM Sauce editor felt that Notaker added a "gritty digital feel" to the song, letting him "display his own version of this already incredible track"[20] and Robyn Dexter of Dancing Astronaut praised Notaker's sound design and production, saying he "continues to prove he's a force to be reckoned with in the dance music community."[21]

On 30 January 2019, two years after the original release of "Saving Light", Haliene released the official acoustic version of the song under her own name on Monstercat. Upon release, Haliene talked about her interpretation of the song, commenting "There are some songs that make you dance, some songs that make you cry, but few that truly touch your soul. Without doubt, 'Saving Light' is one of those rare ones." Vivian Lin of Earmilk praised the rendition, calling it an "orchestral rhapsody that brings one back into the light", further describing the song as one that both "empowers and inspires, and something that may very well help you find the light in your life."[22]

Critical reception[edit]

Critical response to "Saving Light" was largely positive, with Haliene's vocal performance praised.[1][9][5] Sergei Zarovnyi of Billboard wrote that she adds "incredible vocals to the gripping production and lyrics that speak to the soul",[1] and We Rave You's Fiorito Maniego felt that her voice suits the song's trance composition.[5] Emery and Standerwick's production also received positive reviews.[5][7][8] Abisola Oseni of EDM Identity praised "Saving Light" as "melodic and uplifting",[8] and Steph Evans of Earmilk referred to the melody as "plain beautiful, emotional [with] a production that speaks to each level of talent involved".[7] Additionally, the song won Best Original Track in the Trance category on the Best of 2017 by the r/EDM subreddit with 198 participants.[23]

A State of Trance 2017 and Tune of the Year[edit]

On 1 November 2017, Armada Music opened voting to select for the 2017 Tune of the Year for Armin van Buuren's radio show A State of Trance.[24][25] On 19 December, Van Buuren revealed the top 50 most voted tracks, which included "Saving Light". These songs were to comprise his mix album, A State of Trance 2017.[26][27] On 21 December 2017, Van Buuren concluded the 845th episode of his radio show, announcing that "Saving Light" had won Tune of the Year. Matthew Meadow of Your EDM noted that this marked the first time a non-trance label (Monstercat) has won the award.[28][29]

Music video[edit]

A shot of two school students smiling and harassing a schoolgirl, with blood running down the latter's nose.
In the music video, a school girl is bullied by her peers.

Gareth Emery, Roxanne, Haliene, Matthew Steeper, and Karra developed a music video to focus on a theme of bullying and harassment. They contacted Ditch the Label to help create a storyline on the subject to make sure the depiction of bullying was as authentic as possible. They wished to showcase its harmful effects, potentially leading to thoughts of suicide, and the positive impact of one voice.[1][6] The video follows a schoolgirl being bullied and harassed, eventually being pushed to the brink of suicide. A school teacher stands up to the bullies and prevents the girl from jumping off the edge of a sea cliff.[30]

Emery said that he did not want it to be a typical dance music video of him and Standerwick dancing at a festival, instead choosing to produce a video that would "provide hope for those dealing with adversity." Bullying became the main theme, though he and Roxanne considered themselves too old to accurately depict the subject. Emery got in touch with Ditch the Label to work on the music video, working with Liam Hackett, its CEO and founder, to write it as an authentic representation of bullying amongst youth. Lee Jones, the music video's director, took ideas from Emery to help produce the video.[1]

The music video was announced by Monstercat via their YouTube channel on 24 January 2017 and was released on 30 January 2017.[31] It was met with a mostly positive reception. Caroline O'Keefe of The Nocturnal Times wrote that it a "heartbreaking and emotional story of bullying."[9] Dance Music Northwest's Stanley Sutton called the music video "emotionally charged" saying it was a "tough watch" because of its subject matter.[32] Abisola Oseni of EDM Identity described the music video as "even more powerful" than the song, describing it as an "inspirational and deeply moving piece that shows this but also provides hope."[8]

Live performances[edit]

Emery performing at the 2019 VELD Music Festival.

The song was included on the set list of Emery's 2017 Saving Light tour.[33] The tour was announced In July 2017, when North American dates were revealed. Spanning from 15 September to 18 November, the tour visited over a dozen venues across the United States.[34] During the tour, Haliene would make guest appearances on stage to perform "Saving Light" live.[35] Emery's DJ sets have since been available for listening on the Online audio distribution platform SoundCloud.[33] "Saving Light" has since made appearances in Emery's various Laserface DJ sets.[36][37][38][39]

Dutch DJ Armin Van Buuren has featured the song in various DJ mixes, including the 850th and 900th episode of his trance radio show A State of Trance[40][41] and his set at Ultra Music Festival in Miami.[42] In 2018, "Saving Light" was featured as part of Emery's hour-long Diplo & Friends mix on BBC Radio 1.[43] Standerwick concluded his DJ set at Bliss: Transcendence with the song.[44] Haliene performed the song as part of her Dreamstate Vancouver set in 2019 alongside various other songs, including "Superhuman", "Paralysed", "Whisper", and "Dream in Colour".[45]

Hixxy's remix of "Saving Light" was included in British DJ Darren Styles' Project:Z mix in 2017.[46] The remix was later featured on an episode of Insomniac's record label-focused mix series Cut From the Catalog. The episode centred around Monstercat and was mixed by English producer Stonebank.[47] Nwyr's remix was played by the Dutch duo during their 16-track DJ set at Ultra Music Festival in 2017.[48] It was also later featured on the 138th episode of Night Owl Radio during the Electric Daisy Carnival music festival in 2018.[49]

Track listings[edit]

Digital download – Single[4]
No.TitleLength
1."Saving Light"4:36
2."Saving Light" (Extended Mix)6:38
Total length:11:14
Digital download – Remixes[50]
No.TitleLength
1."Saving Light" (Nwyr Remix)2:59
2."Saving Light" (Notaker Remix)5:47
3."Saving Light" (Intercom Remix)4:59
4."Saving Light" (Hixxy Remix)4:35
5."Saving Light" (Ruben de Ronde Remix)6:35
6."Saving Light" (Decoy! Remix)3:07
Total length:28:02
Digital download – Acoustic[51]
No.TitleLength
1."Saving Light" (Acoustic)3:20
Total length:3:20

Credits and personnel[edit]

Credits adapted from Gareth Emery's interview with Alexa Shouneyia of Billboard:[1]

Management

  • Roxanne Emery

Personnel

  • Lead vocals – Kelly Sweet
  • Songwriting – Roxanne Emery, Kelly Sweet, Matthew Steeper, and Karra Madden
  • Production – Ian Standerwick and Gareth Emery

Release history[edit]

Region Date Format Version Label Ref.
Worldwide 30 January 2017 Digital download "Saving Light" (feat. Haliene) Monstercat [1]
22 February 2017 Monstercat 030 – Finale [12]
18 August 2017 "Saving Light" (The Remixes) [feat. Haliene] [19]
1 November 2017 Digital download, CD single A State of Trance 2017 Armada Music [52]
30 January 2019 Digital download "Saving Light" (Acoustic) Monstercat [22]

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