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Freemasons feat. Sophie Ellis-Bextor
"Heartbreak (Make Me A Dancer)"
Released through Loaded Records
Download available from 21st June 2009, CD available from 22nd June 2009
The most hotly anticipated collaboration of the year is here. Dance champions The Freemasons unite with pop queen Sophie Ellis-Bextor to create the smash sensation of the summer.
Heartbreak Make Me a Dancer has already racked up rave reviews and is set to join The Freemason canon of top ten hits and remixes including 'Uninvited' Beautiful Liar', DéjàVu' (Beyonce) 'Work'( Kelly Rowland) and The One (Kylie Minogue).
The single features the sophisticated dance-pop vocals of Sophie Ellis-Bextor. Celebrating 10 years of music success, Bextor makes a striking come back with this monster of a track. From her indie roots, Heartbreak Make Me A Dancer returns her firmly to the dancefloor and the massive success of iconic Ibiza anthem 'Groovejet' (If This Ain't Love). Here her sassy vocals add a disco dynamic to the infectious Freemason rhythms
“Heartbreak comes from a tradition of songs like Last Night a DJ Saved My Life about the restorative qualities of music. We've all been there, hoping a bit of hedonism on the dancefloor can lift our spirits. I am thrilled to be working with the Freemasons as they are masters of the dancefloor. It feels a natural collaboration for me to work with them now” Sophie Ellis-Bextor
Written and produced by The Freemasons and Biff Stannard (with whom they also wrote and produced Kylie's 'The One') the track is an instant floor filler. Add to the mix, magnificent remixes from Steve Mac (credits include producing and remixing for international artists such as Jamiroquai, Charlotte Church and Simply Red) and a funky house remix from exhilarating new producer Bitrocka, the package is a sure fire hit.
The single will be featured on the Freemasons upcoming album 'Shakedown Volume 2” which will showcase their recent UK hits and a host of new material.
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