Paces unveils the Vacation tracklist, and the last song is a... Guy Sebastian feature?

Paces unveils the Vacation tracklist, and the last song is a... Guy Sebastian feature?

Plus Paces has just released a remix for the man himself.

We're getting dangerously close to full-blown Paces season. His new album, Vacation, is due out on March 4, and February 19 sees the producer kicking off his Ship ~ Shore Vacation national tour, taking in plenty of boats and hoes action along with club gigs afterwards. To check out the full list of dates, along with a pretty great little photoshop competition featuring the man himself, head HERE.

Today we're here to offer up a bit of news regarding the album's release, and that is the mother-flippin' tracklist, which you'll notice right down the bottom has a mother-flippin' Guy Sebastian feature! With all the recent hubbub surrounding Shannon Noll, Guy Sebastian is probably rightfully thinking to himself, what about me? Paces hears you Guy Sebastian. And not only is Sebastian featuring on the Paces album, today the man himself has gone and released a remix for Guy Sebastian's single, Black & Blue - check it after the tracklist below:

1. God Mode

2. Loop feat. Kenzie May

3. 1993 (No Chill) feat. Jess Kent

4. Hard For Me feat. Xavier Dunn & Friendless

5. Work Me Out feat. Rye Rye

6. Nothing's Forever feat. KUČKA

7. Playback feat. Reija Lee

8. Sometimes feat. Esther Sparkes

9. Cafuçu feat. Bonde do Rolê

10. Blue feat. Oliver Tank

11. Until feat. Aubergine Machine

12. Payday feat. Maurice Moore

13. Desert feat. Guy Sebastian

TOUR DATES:

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