UK dance duo GotSome team up with The Get Along Gang for their new single 'Bassline' for which they have released a comical and ridiculous video starring the Gang's Laura-Anne Norton. The track is set for release on March 30th 2014 through Defected Records.
The video harks back to the days of VHS; a music video for 'Bassline' featuring Laura-Anne Norton is being re-produced on VHS and sold by a group of school children to various peers and neighbours. Within a short period of time, it's clear the whole neighbourhood are moving their bodies to, 'This is my bassline, my bassline/ Move, move your waistline/ To my bassline' - from street kids to teachers. It's an incredibly catchy club number with its uncomplicated mix of rythmic rapping, a memorable chorus and a repetitive bass beat giving it immense strength.
GotSome, who are electronic producers Alex Homes and Adam Gorsky, will no doubt by receiving plenty of attention for the rest of the year after the release of 'Bassline', as the single has already been highly praised by various radio stations. The track had an initial release in October 2013, but the amount of notice it has received has prompted a much more publicized re-release.
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