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Forever More, the second single from Moloko's fourth studio album Statues, will be released by The Echo Label on 23th June 2003.

Evolving from hypnotic house to full-on disco commotion, it's the whirling brass and pulsing bass of Forever More that gives it a truly uplifting feel. Roisin Murphy's astonishing vocals shine once more on what is sure to become a real dance-floor filler.

The single, which has been remixed by Francois K and Can 7, will be released on CD, 12" vinyl and DVD. Accompanying the single is an electrifying video featuring Roisin leading a host of dancers through an endless tunnel. Glamourous and direct, it's West Side Story for the new millennium.

The CD features the huge club mixes from Francois Kervorkian, exclusive track Take My Hand and the stunning video for Forever More. The limited edition vinyl features the Top 3 club mix from Francois K plus the hard to find FK Blissed Out Dub mix of The Time is Now. The DVD will feature a specially shot documentary of the making of the video, the 5.1 stereo mix of Forever More, plus a host of DVD extras.

Moloko: Forever More. Watch the brilliant video @ www.contactmusic.com
Moloko: Forever More. Watch the brilliant video @ www.contactmusic.com

After a whirlwind tour of the UK this month, Moloko will also be appearing at a number of summer festivals including Glastonbury and V2003.

Moloko: Forever More. Watch the brilliant video @ www.contactmusic.com
Moloko: Forever More. Watch the brilliant video @ www.contactmusic.com

Moloko: Forever More. Watch the brilliant video @ www.contactmusic.com

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