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"Lost You (feat. Twin Shadow & D'Angelo Lacy)" (Official Video) | Zeds Dead

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Pre-Order Zeds Dead - Somewhere Else EP (Out July 1st) and instantly recieve "Lost You" & "Hadouken": http://smarturl.it/Somewher...

Having already established themselves as one of the most versatile and ambitious act around, DC and Hooks break new sonic territory with eight tracks that that cover a wide spectrum of electronic music. Joining the Toronto duo on the record is Twin Shadow for the house anthem"Lost You". Jane's Addiction singer Perry Ferrell makes an appearance closing track "Blink." Also on the EP are Colorado group Big Gigantic & fellow Canadian Omar LinX for the smooth hip-hop cut "Stoned Capone", producer and vocalist Bright Lights, New York rapper Sean Price and French DJ/Producer group Dirtyphonics. Somewhere Else is their first proper release since last year's Hot Sauce EP.

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Somewhere Else Tracklist
1. Zeds Dead -- Collapse (feat. Memorecks)
2. Zeds Dead -- Hadouken
3. Zeds Dead -- Lost You (feat. Twin Shadow & D'Angelo Lacy)
4. Zeds Dead -- Bustamove
5. Zeds Dead -- Stoned Capone (feat. Omar LinX & Big Gigantic)
6. Zeds Dead & Dirtyphonics -- Where Are You Now (feat. Bright Lights)
7. Zeds Dead -- Dead Price (feat. Sean Price)
8. Zeds Dead -- Blink (feat. Perry Farrell)

Video Credits
Production Company: The Field Inc.
Exec. Producer: Cherie Sinclair
Producer: Cherie Sinclair / Grandson & Son
Director: Grandson and Son
Illustrator: Andrew Archer
Compositing: Chris de Castro, Chris Moberg
Visual FX: We Are 1188
DOP: Grandson & Son / J.Lee Williams
Editor: Grandson and Son / J.Lee Williams

Two of the hardest workers in electronic music, Zeds Dead's tireless efforts have earned them an excellent reputation amongst a new generation of producers as artists without borders - genres hold no bearing over their music as they transcend style and form with ease. By pulling from a vast array of source material (Radiohead, The Rolling Stones, The Moody Blues, Sublime), and molding it into their unique brand of dance-floor classics, They have established themselves as a dominant force in EDM circles and have received recognition and praise from tastemakers worldwide. Show less
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