We Own the Night (Tiësto and Wolfgang Gartner song)

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"We Own The Night"
Single by Tiësto and Wolfgang Gartner featuring Luciana
from the album Club Life: Volume Two Miami
Released 6 April 2012
Format Digital download
Recorded 2011
Genre Progressive house, electro house, hip house
Length 3:38 (Radio Edit)
5:31 (Original Mix)
Label Musical Freedom
Writer(s) Tijs Verwest, Joey Youngman, Luciana Caporaso, Nick Clow
Tiësto singles chronology
"Maximal Crazy"
"We Own The Night"
"Take Me"
Wolfgang Gartner singles chronology
"There And Back"
"We Own The Night"
Luciana singles chronology
"Bow Wow Wow"
"We Own The Night"
"When It Feels This Good"

"We Own The Night" is a song by producers and disc jockeys Tiësto and Wolfgang Gartner with vocals from British singer Luciana, which was featured on the second volume of Tiesto's Club Life compilation series, Club Life: Volume Two Miami. "We Own The Night" peaked at No. 1 on the UK Club Charts[1] and broke the top 10 of Beatport's Top 10. It also began to climb the iTunes UK Top 200 after being put onto the playlist of BBC Radio 1.

Music video[edit]

The video premiered on Tiësto's YouTube channel on 8 May 2012[2] and features cameo footage of numerous DJs playing sets, including Steve Angello, Afrojack and Skrillex, as well as Verwest and Youngman themselves. It begins with the message "Dedicated to all the DJs around the world... we own the night", and then begins with shots of Verwest and Youngman playing sets with crowd shots before the song drops and other DJs feature. Notably Luciana does not appear in the video.

Track listing[edit]

  • iTunes single
  1. "We Own The Night" (Radio Edit) - 3:38
  • Beatport single
  1. "We Own The Night" (Original Mix) - 5:31

Other usage[edit]

Female vocalist Iggy Azalea used melodies from original Tiesto's song in her own track, named "Bac 2 Tha Future (My Time)".[3]


Chart (2012) Peak
UK Dance (The Official Charts Company)[4] 18
UK Singles (The Official Charts Company)[5] 87

Release history[edit]

Region Date Format Label
Worldwide 6 April 2012 Digital download Musical Freedom