Australian band Miami Horror has been teasing us with singles while we wait for their sophomore album which will be coming out later this year. One of the first tastes of the album, "Wild Motion," is a joyous and sugary synth disco anthem that shows off Miami Horror's positive energy and feel-good vibes. The single is set to release with remixes ahead of the album, and EARMILK is lucky enough to bring you the premiere of Rogue Vogue's cut of "Wild Motion."
Rogue Vogue opts for a retro 90s house approach to track. Bouncy lead synths, vocals shots, and shuffling hi-hats tap into that sass that makes you want to strut your stuff all over the dance floor. It kind of reminds me of something off the new Hercules and Love Affair album. Make sure to look for the full Wild Motion EP, which also features remixes from Pete Herbert and RAC. Meanwhile, enjoy the free download of Rogue Vogue's remix.
"Wild Motion (Rogue Vogue Remix)"