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Luca C & Brigante feat. Robert Owens - Tomorrow Can Wait (Original Mix)

4y ago


Label: Southern Fried Records ( Album "Tomorrow Can Wait (Feat. Robert Owens)" available on: Follow Luca C & Brigante on: Follow Robert Owens on: For the next instalment on long standing UK dance label Southern Fried, Italo-cosmic dreamers Luca C & Brigante invite friend and legendary vocalist Robert Owens to lay down the vocals on 'Tomorrow Can Wait', a track with all the makings of a summer classic, packaged with a moodier club mix and Art Department helmed rework. Cast your mind back to the bright and breezy autumn of 2011 and you may remember being bewitched by Luca C & Brigante's collection of isle-inspired, vintage melodies 'Invisible Cities' (Southern Fried) -- emanating with Balearic spirit after the infectiously sexy 'Different Morals' feat Ali Love showcased another prowess by dominating the summer season's dancefloors. Coinciding with a spell-binding contribution to the RA podcast series with a trip through the ages of psychedelia, the passionate production force have since been working on material for their forthcoming collective (Ali Love, Zeben Jameson (A Mountain Of One), Findlay Brown, Robert Owens and Roisin Murphy) album of songs and live instrumentation whilst Luca C solo has been working alongside Hot Natured as well as Ali Love under the guise Infinity Ink - currently blowing up the scene with their debut single 'Infinity' on Crosstown Rebels. Luca C & Brigante RA.279 Podcast: Now unveiling a collaboration with Chicago legend and Fingers Inc frontman, Robert Owens, who joined them for a 4-day recording session in Ibiza last year, 'Tomorrow Can Wait' is the result of this meeting of minds and demonstrates Luca C & Brigante´s diversity and power to produce electronic music that moves the dancefloor while fizzing with emotion. On what the duo themselves have labelled a follow-up to ´Morals´, Robert´s iconic vocals are juxtaposed with a rugged bassline while an orchestra of ethereal sounds dance around the beat. On the flip, Toronto's major players Art Department deliver a remix that bristles with offbeat energy, haunted keys, murky bleeps and elasticated bass.