Fresh off the back of their second album 'Bloom' (Columbia Records) charting at Number One in the Australian Album Chart, Sydney experimental dance trio RÜFÜS have shared an official remix of album track 'Say A Prayer For Me' from US house legend MK.
CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO MK'S REMIX OF 'SAY A PRAYER FOR ME'
In other news, the band's forthcoming headline show at London's Heaven (23rd March) has SOLD OUT in less than two weeks from announcement. An additional date (24th March) has been added at the same venue due to popular demand. Limited tickets are remaining.
RÜFÜS' debut album also charted at #1 in the Australian Official Album Chart and has reached Platinum status. They also recently picked up the prize for Best Dance Release at the 2015 ARIA Awards (Australia's equivalent of BRIT Awards). Every single they have released from this album; Say A Prayer For Me', 'Innerbloom', 'Like An Animal' and 'You Were Right', has charted at #1 on Hype Machine's Popular Tracks chart.
UK dance collective, LuvBug are back and ready to drop a fresh tune on the UK charts. New single, “Best Is Yet To Come” is available to pre-order from Feb 5th and will be released April 15th via Polydor Records.
LuvBug – a DJ-producer-dance act, led by Marvin Humes – follows up a successful 2015 which saw LuvBug have two Top 20 singles in the UK Charts, “Resonance” ft. Talay Riley and “Revive (Say Something)” ft. Mark Asari and was co-written with MNEK.
On top of this LuvBug have had a string of high-profile remixes to its name ranging from David Zowie ‘House Every Weekend’, MNEK and Zara Larsson ‘Never Forget You’, Karen Harding ‘Say Something’ and more recently Fleur East’s ‘Sax’.
Inspired by the sounds coming out of the European-dancefloors, “Best Is Yet To Come”, is a song that feels current, fresh and big. “It's a record that hits you immediately, says Marvin, “the vocal, the subject, the lyric, the beat, everything. It's infectious and it's a record that can be received universally."
LuvBug have been building up a loyal fanbase and a solid-live plot over the past year and half, including a DJ residency at the iconic Pacha & Café Mambo in Ibiza, DJing with Diplo and David Guetta in Las Vegas, plus UK festivals including Wireless and the dance stage at V Festival.
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