Previously heard exhorting listeners to Celebrate on a Pharrell-assisted promo single, MIKA returns to the Booth with something a little less upbeat, but equally danceable. Presented here in remixed form, the record finds the UK pop buzzmaker pouring his heart out over the stylishly chill electronic production of French duo Cherokee (who recently reworked Daft Punk’s Something About You). Fans can click here to view this record’s cinematic companion piece, directed by Iouri Philippe Paillé, as well as staying tuned to the Booth for all the latest on his forthcoming, currently untitled/unscheduled album.
Written by richard on 06/27/12
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