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Four Floors

Release date: TBC Label: Geffen

Four Floors

Sitting somewhere between Goldfrapp and Lykke Li, Sunday Girl aka 21 year old South London songwriter Jade Williams is an utterly unique talent.

Mixing cutting edge electronics with the streetwise romanticism of her lyrics to create a crisp future electro pop template, then combining it with an effortless sense of style, Sunday Girl is an artist simply fizzing with a heady mix of far flung pop possibilities.

‘Four Floors’ is a bright and breezy slice of musical sunshine, with a groove cheekily nodding towards drum & bass while still sharing pop DNA with the likes of St Etienne and The Cardigans. Electro magpie Diplo and London wonk hop remixers Sketch Iz Dead are on remix duties, taking an already killer song out into the middle of the dancefloor and transform it into woozy space crunk.

Track listing:

1. Original Mix
2. Russ Chimes Vocal Mix
3. Russ Chimes Dub Mix
4. Diplo Mix
5. Inktion Mix
6. Inktion Dub

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