The Canadian band consist of four members, with vocalist and lyricist of the group Charlie Kerr offering his vocals to Tatham's dispense.
Available via MNRK, the record sees the continuation of the artist's sonic evolution, which began with previous single 'Call My Name' offering a nostalgic trip to 80s disco. This time, in his latest single, Tatham focuses on the more jovial tones of disco whilst maintaining a toe-tapping, retro beat.
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"Charlie and I met during our first writing session last fall," explains Vancouver-based Tatham. "We seemed destined to work together at some point, since we shared a bizarre amount of social connections.
"I’m stoked to put this song out with him and Hotel Mira—it lives in this strange disco-punk world which feels nostalgic yet fresh.”
The producer is no stranger to collaborations: he worked with Diplo on the massive track 'Be Right There' and has teamed up with labels such as Spinnin' Records, Fool's Gold and Mad Decent.
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'Time And Time Again' by Sleepy Tom, featuring Hotel Mira, is available now. Check it out here.
Niamh Ingram is Mixmag's Weekend Editor, follow her on Twitter