Watch: SebastiAn & London Grammar - Dancing By Night

Watch: SebastiAn & London Grammar - Dancing By Night

Influential French producer teams up with iconic UK trio for scintillating new single

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Both influential and revered in their own rights, electronic wizard and Ed Banger Records mainstay, SebastiAn, and beloved indie pop trio London Grammar have joined forces for the epic new sounds of Dancing By Night, alongside a striking, aquatic themed video.

Dancing By Night marks the first new studio music from SebastiAn in four years since the release of his 2019 album Thirst, while he’s still been crafting soundtracks for Saint Laurent fashion shows. Meanwhile, London Grammar are gearing up for the release of their new remix collection London Grammar - The Remixes, out Friday, July 21.

The collection will feature sixteen tracks of the band’s best remixes, plus a selection of new reworking’s from Dot Major, Jamie Jones, Joris Voorn and will include another brand new original track from the group in collaboration with CamelPhat.

Speaking on Dancing By Night, London Grammar said “It was a total joy writing and creating this track with Sebastian. We are so excited for you to hear it. He is a total genius and it really has been an honour.

On the flipside, SebastiAn explained the power of Hannah Reid’s vocals “Her pure and powerful voice is a world by itself and a gift to me, an incredible experience being able to cross her intensity and my music. Hannah looks quiet, but she’s strong, it has been a privilege for me to work together.”

SebastiAn & London Grammar's new single Dancing By Night is out now via Because Music / Virgin Music Australia

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