The Count & Sinden featuring Mystery Jets - new single – After Dark – 16th August
‘we never had a heart to heart, but you still call me up after dark…’
After Dark (16th August 2010) is the highly infectious first single taken from The Count & Sinden’s much anticipated forthcoming debut LP, Mega Mega Mega (23rd August).
After Dark is a collaboration between The Count (aka Hervé) & Sinden and indie mavericks, Mystery Jets, featuring lead vocals from William Rees. Neighbours who became friends, the Mystery Jets DJed at the Count & Sinden’s notorious Mega Mega Mega club nights, and always talked about somehow combining forces. This is what Will from Mystery Jets said about their collaboration:
‘We teamed up with Hervé and Sinden to create a devastating slice of Afrobeat from the valleys of Saturn via the Congo.... There’s no stopping these men with their bongos! Whether you love it or hate it, this beat will be tearing the cubicle out of the loo before you've managed to get your trousers down. BE AFRAID!’
After Dark is an anthem in the making, a track so addictive, it makes you want to throw your hands in the air and worship the summer. It’s a perfect introduction to the duo’s album, Mega Mega Mega - an authentically British album jam-packed full of tunes for a party loving generation; a record which is unapologetically honest, playful and hedonistic.
The Count & Sinden will be playing the following dates over the summer, with an autumn tour to be announced soon:
- Friday 2nd July: Wakestock Festival (Wales)
- Friday 16 July: London - Bocking Street Warehouse (by London Fields, E8) – Mega Mega Mega party and Lovebox afterparty (with Brodinski, Surkin and Harry James - Adv Tix £9/12 / £15 Standard www.residentadvisor.net & ticketweb.co.uk or Phonica Records firstname.lastname@example.org | www.magicandmedicine.com)
- Friday 30th July: Global Gathering
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