Electrofunk UK producer Bobby Tank steps up to the plate to rework Indiana's latest single 'Heart On Fire', taken from her hotly tipped debut album NO ROMEO that will be released September 1st via Epic.
Charging the sparkling disco pop of the original with heroically cascading stadium-sized synths, the remix emerges into a colourful electronic playground, all the while keeping the breathless hooks and melody at centre stage.
'Heart On Fire' will be released ahead of the album on August 24th, accompanied by a remix package featuring cuts of the track from Bobby Tank,Grum and IYES, as well as a BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge performance of Gorgon City's 'Ready For Your Love'.
The 13 tracks on No Romeo explore a captivating spectrum of styles and moods, remaining distinctly individualistic and true to Indiana's idiosyncratic vision throughout.
Sparkling Scandinavian dance pop ('Heart On Fire', 'Solo Dancing') spellbinding future-addled lullabies ('Shadow Flash', 'New Heart'), visceral, crashing crescendos ('Never Born', 'Mess Around'), slinky future r&b ('Bound', 'Jack') and majestically arching ballads ('Blind As I Am', 'Only The Lonely') coalesce seamlessly in Indian's imaginative and exotic world to form one of this years most compelling and addictive alternative pop propositions.
Indiana will be playing a host of festival and headline performances this summer, with UK tour details to follow.
No Romeo tracklist:
1. Never Born
2. Solo Dancing
3. Play Dead
4. Heart On Fire
5. Blind As I Am
7. New Heart
9. No Romeo
10. Calibrated Love
11. Shadow Flash
12. Only The Lonely
13. Mess Around
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