DJ and producer Meg Ward has released her latest single, ‘Last All Night’.
Available now via Needwant, the track is driven by a heavy beat and synth with Ward’s recognisable vocals throughout.
The components of the track are all reasoned in order to portray the meaning and intention behind the tune, a nod to the northerner’s thought behind her production process.
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“When making this track I wanted to encapsulate the struggles a couple must face who never have enough time to spend with each other,” Meg explains. “I added those particular synths to emphasise that frustrating feeling and really get it across in the track. Really, really enjoyed making this!”
The release of ‘Last All Night’ follows her recent remix of Adelphi Music Factory’s ‘Believe In You’ to kick off the year, fresh off the back of three single releases and two further remixes in 2021 - which included an acid house take on Metronomy’s ‘It’s Good To Be Back’.
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In 2021, Meg Ward played parties such as Creamfields and The Warehouse Project, alongside being involved with labels such as Patrick Topping’s Patrick Topping’s Trick. She’s already been announced for festivals such as Annie Mac’s Lost and Found and Boardmasters, too.
You can check out her new single, ‘Last All Night’, here.
Niamh Ingram is Mixmag’s Weekend Editor, follow her on Twitter