Update: We have added the Emil Nava-directed visuals for Calvin Harris’s Blame single.
If you find yourself with a strange urge to dance around your apartment or workplace at 10:00 in the morning, you can Blame Calvin Harris‘s; this freshly-minted single has a body-moving vibe that’s damn near impossible to resist. Part of the Scottish artist and producer’s next studio album, the record pairs upbeat synth boardwork with a poignant, but eminently relatable theme. Evidently back to his Cheating ways, UK crooner John Newman spends his guest verses and chorus making excuses for an infidelity committed in the heat of the moment: “Can’t you see I was manipulated?” Coming later this year via Columbia Records, Harris’s next full-length currently lacks both a title and a drop date but, as always, we’ll keep you supplied with the latest news and tunes.
Written by richard on 09/12/14
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