Skream Remixes Burns New Single 'Lies'

Skream Remixes Burns New Single 'Lies'

Skream Remixes Burns New Single 'Lies'

With a clutch of critically acclaimed EP's and a compilation CD under his belt on 2112 Records, BURNS has already become one of the most exciting and well-respected new producers and DJs on the UK electronic music scene, with high-profile remixes for the likes of Dizzee Rascal and Lana Del Rey, not to mention production work on forthcoming albums from Rihanna and Akon, his white hot status as one to definitely watch has most certainly been consolidated.

Now comes "Lies", the first taster from his forthcoming debut LP on Columbia, and a glimpse at the real sound of BURNS. Beautifully atmospheric and instantly infectious, the track showcases BURNS' effortless skill in creating emotive, song-based danced music, deploying a haunting female vocal over 116bpm beats to create something utterly evocative and gorgeously unique. As if that's not enough, the single also comes packed with incredible remixes from a dazzling rollcall of collaborators, including Skream, Tiga, Otto Knows and Acrobat, an amazing package which more than piques excitement for the album to come.


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