Chromeo unveils THEY. remix of “Must’ve Been”

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CHROMEO UNVEILS THEY. REMIX OF “MUST’VE BEEN”
 FIFTH STUDIO ALBUM HEAD OVER HEELS OUT NOW
PLAY HOLLYWOOD PALLADIUM TONIGHT, OUTSIDE LANDS SUNDAY,
FALL TOUR KICKS OFF SEPTEMBER 3
Chromeo unveils a new remix of their DRAM-featuring single “Must’ve Been” from rising R&B stars THEY. today. Check it out here. Handpicked by Chromeo, THEY. is Dante Jones and Drew Love who prior to joining forces were writing songs for Kelly Clarkson and will.i.am and Chris Brown and Jeremih, respectively, and together, make nuanced R&B with a pop sensibility.

Speaking on the remix, Jones explains, “I’ve been a Chromeo fan since the Fancy Footwork days so when I had the chance to make a THEY. version of ‘Must’ve Been’ I knew I had to come with something special.”
“Obviously we’ve been fans of THEY. for a minute, Dante’s a genius producer,” Dave 1 tells Complex. “We were initially expecting some sort of remix or rework but they’ve turned ‘Must’ve Been’ into an entirely different song! Not gonna lie, it might be better than the original.”
THEY.’s remix of “Must’ve Been” is yet another example of the collaborative spirit that flows through Head Over Heels, the fifth studio LP from the Montreal funk legends. Featuring twelve tracks of funk and R&B history colliding with modern pop songcraft, the album is a collaborative celebration where Dave 1 and P-Thugg’s favorite artists’ signature touches intermingle in the Chromeo world. The album’s guestlist includes a cast of superheroes from funk’s past (guitarist Jesse Johnson of The Time, revered session bassist Pino Palladino, Mtume vocalist Tawatha Agee), present (funkadelic lovechild DRAM, R&B auteur The-Dream, post-colonial emcee French Montana) and future (upstart London bad gal Stefflon Don, rising neo-soul star Amber Mark, downtown New York darlings Onyx Collective). Absolute legends Raphael Saadiq and Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins even join the party!
In celebration of the release, the band continues to tour worldwide, with a headline show at Los Angeles’ legendary Hollywood Palladium tonight and a set at San Francisco’s Outside Lands Sunday. Additionally, the band’s North American fall dates kick off September 3 in Calgary, AB with further stops in Chicago, Nashville, Brooklyn and beyond as well as shows in London, Manchester and Paris. Tickets are on sale now—visit chromeo.net.
Chromeo is the duo of Montreal natives and high school best friends David “Dave 1” Macklovitch and Patrick “P-Thugg” Gemayel. The group rose to prominence with their seminal 2007 release Fancy Footwork, heralding the dawn of the ‘80s electro-funk revival.
CHROMEO—HEAD OVER HEELS
1. Must’ve Been (featuring DRAM)
2. Don’t Sleep (featuring French Montana and Stefflon Don)
3. One Track Mind
4. Count Me Out
5. Bad Decision
6. Right Back Home To You (Interlude)
7. Just Friends (featuring Amber Mark)
8. Juice
9. Slumming It
10. Bedroom Calling pt. 1
11. Bedroom Calling pt. 2 (featuring The-Dream)
12. Room Service
CHROMEO LIVE
August 10                                                Los Angeles, CA                             Hollywood Palladium
August 12                                               San Francisco, CA                                        Outside Lands
August 31-September 2                              Seattle, WA                                               Bumbershoot
September 3                                                Calgary, AB                                     The Palace Theatre
September 4                                              Edmonton, AB                                                Union Hall
September 6                                                 Eugene, OR                                    McDonald Theatree
September 7                                              Vancouver, BC                                                   Skookum
September 10                                             Madison, WI                                     Orpheum Theater*
September 12                                            Covington, KY                                    Madison Theater*
September 13                                            Cleveland, OH                                         Agora Theatre*
September 17                                            Louisville, KY                            Headliners Music Hall*
September 18                                            Memphis, TN                                 New Daisy Theatre*
September 19                                            St. Louis, MO                                             The Pageant*
September 21                                          New Orleans, LA                                   The Joy Theater*
September 22                                             Nashville, TN                          Marathon Music Works*
September 23                                              Millvale, PA                                   Mr. Smalls Theatre*
September 25                                            Baltimore, MD                                  Ram’s Head Live! *
September 27                                             Asheville, NC                                      The Orange Peel*
September 28                                             Charlotte, NC                                            The Fillmore*
September 29                                              Norfolk, VA                                                The NorVa*
October 1                                                   Brooklyn, NY                                        Brooklyn Steel*
October 4                                                 New Haven, CT                      College Street Music Hall*
October 5                                                   Syracuse, NY                        SI Hall at the Fairgrounds*
October 6                                                   Portland, ME                                            State Theatre*
October 31                                              Manchester, U.K.                                                  O2 Ritz
November 1                                               London, U.K.                                                 Printworks
November 2                                                Paris, France                            Pitchfork Music Festival
*with Steven A. Clark

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