In Liverpool, the pressure to excel is ever-present. It’s a city that punches well above its weight, producing world-class footballers, Hollywood stars, and musical legends. And among those who’ve risen above the crowd stands Lee Squires, known as eSquire. With an ever-growing fan base that extends far beyond Liverpool’s city walls, Esquire has solidified his place as a globally recognised player in the music industry.
Esquire’s journey into music began with his unwavering love for house music. From his early projects, where he tinkered with loops and acapellas on Acid Pro, Esquire always had a deep appreciation for the genre’s history and the tracks that have left an indelible mark. Influenced by luminaries like Axwell and Eric Prydz, particularly when he witnessed them playing his own productions. Esquire is tirelessly working to follow in their footsteps and ascend to the pinnacle of the industry.
Esquire’s music has landed into numerous A-list playlists, high-profile official remixes, including hits like Au/Ra & Camelphat’s “Panic Room,” Martin Solveig’s “My Love,” Galantis’ “Tell Me You Love Me,” and Rudimental & Rita Ora’s “Summer Love,”. With key support from Afrojack, Bingo Players, Fedde Le Grand, Hardwell, Idris Elba, Jonas Blue, Nicky Romero, Nora En Pure, Sam Feldt, Tiesto and many more…
eSquire has woven his enchantment into the remix of “Dreamin’,constructing a moving piano ascent intertwined with pulsating house rhythms, all while echoing the distinct influence of Eric Prydz. With his touch, eSquire propels this already substantial track to an even bigger anthem.
Listen to eSquire’s remix of Dreamin’ now