Arielle Free has released her debut single, ‘Soul Full’, in collaboration with Mortimer (a mystery alias of two Bristol Brothers) with vocals from Joe Killington.
The upbeat house-infused track dropped via D4 D4NCE, and is available digitally now.
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The tune features funky synth pads, surrounded by Killington’s vocals. They amalgamate into four minutes of feel-good groove.
On the release, Free tells Mixmag: "’Soul Full’ for me is the perfect track that not only has soul but instantly makes you want to hit the dancefloor. Having road tested it out all summer, it’s a moment that makes the crowd throw their hands in the air and instantly sing along.”
“Pure joy which is what I always want from any track I make!"
This release sees Free add the term ‘producer’ to her multi-faceted presence in dance music: she’s already an established broadcaster on BBC Radio 1, presenter, label owner and club DJ.
You can access Arielle Free & Mortimer feat. Joe Killington - ‘Soul Full’ - now.
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