James Righton has dropped his new synth-pop number, ‘Release Party’

It's the former Klaxon's first new song since last year's album 'The Performer'.
Video still by Steve Mackey & Douglas Hart

James Righton‘s shared his new single ‘Release Party’.

His first new single since last year’s album ‘The Performer’, it’s a Scissor Sisters-y synth-pop number about “tension and release and the dreams and fantasies we make,” he explains.

‘Release Party’ also features as one of the three exclusive tracks on ‘Foundations’, the 27-track compilation album from Soulwax’s label DEEWEE, released tomorrow, Friday 7th May.

Check it out below.

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