2013-09-05T15:45:16-04:00 2013-09-05T15:33:41-04:00

John Newman - "Cheating" (Freemasons Remix) [Premiere]

It’s time for a little British Invasion at Earmilk, Led by British dance band Freemasons, a definitive name in the memorable mid-2000s wave of electronic dance pop in Europe. Their name frequently appeared with vocalists like Sophie Ellis-Bextor and Kelly Rowland (and on many of my own favorite mix CDs), and today they’ve given us an exclusive first listen to their next vocal pop remix.

Out on October 6th, John Newman, who you might know from his vocal lead on Rudimental’s huge international hit “Feel the Love” will release his EP showcasing his bluesy and bubbly-sounding single “Cheating” which is quite a promising single ahead of an album release and tour. A singer, songwriter, DJ and producer, Newman’s soulful musical inspiration combined with the funky low-fi disco of Freemasons takes “Cheating” to pop gold status.  

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John Newman’s upcoming tour dates:

  • Mon 28 Oct 2013              Glasgow              King Tuts
  • Tue 29 Oct 2013                Manchester        Academy 2
  • Fri 01 Nov 2013                Birmingham        HMV Institute Temple
  • Sun 03 Nov 2013              Leeds                    Cockpit
  • Mon 04 Nov 2013             Nottingham       Rescue Rooms
  • Wed 06 Nov 2013             London                 Electric Brixton
  • Mon 25 Nov 2013             Brighton              Coalition

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DuncElectric
8 years ago

Incredible “ : John Newman - "Cheating" (Freemasons ... - http://t.co/BrwgWcosFj @johnnewmanmusic @freemasonsmusic”

irene
irene
8 years ago

miticooooooooooooo, john you are the best

mak
mak
8 years ago

'funky low-fi disco'????? is that what you call low-fi? the freemasons' remix sounds fkng great! whoever writes reviews here is clueless about music production or he is simply deaf