Dance Yourself Clean “Waste My Time (Feat. THE FAME RIOT)”

With an energetic chorus that will keep you dancing for hours, “Waste My Time” is the perfect new upbeat jam to add to your playlists. Dane Yourself Clean brings us their new song with catchy and relatable vocals sung to a beat that never grows old. We’ve all been in that heartbreak situation, where you realize you may have been wasting your time with a person all along, but you won’t feel that way after listening to this song. Even with its despondent lyrics, “Waste My Time” is the type of song clubs should be playing to get people on their feet and moving. Check this beat out the next time you’re looking for a tune to keep the party going all night long.


Dance Yourself Clean, North America’s biggest indie dance party has had a busy few years. From being the first to take a dance party on national tours, to starting their own record label (Lights & Music Collective) and producing for several different artists… Apparently they decided all that wasn’t enough. They’re now going to start releasing music under the Dance Yourself Clean name. And boy is it going to be good.

First up is a song called “Waste My Time” a collaboration with fellow Seattle artists The Fame Riot. An artist that DYC has worked with before with their other project “Back Talk“. This time under the DYC name they wanted to make something more upbeat and danceable yet still indie. That they did, sounding as if they were channeling Empire Of The Sun, this one really slaps on the dance floor.

“Waste My Time” is about the trail of thoughts and all the things you’d like to say after someone unexpectedly ends a relationship. We’ve all been there.. The anger, the pain, the wishful thinking.

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