ELECTRIC GUEST ENLISTS FRANC MOODY FOR REMIX OF CURRENT SINGLE “MORE” FROM UPCOMING ALBUM KIN DUE OCT 18 BUY/STREAM: https://ElectricGuest.lnk.to/MoreFrancMoody Acclaimed pop duo Electric Guest has released a new remix of their current single “More” – a groovy, glittering dance-pop rework featuring a disco-funk tinge courtesy of London DJ duo Franc Moody – listen here. “More” was released last month as a single off their highly-anticipated third album and Atlantic Records debut, KIN, which will be available everywhere Friday, October 18 th -- pre-order it HERE. Earlier this week, the guys of Electric Guest gathered with their “kin” to play to the album for their closest family and friends in Los Angeles – see photos from the celebration event HERE. The original version of “More” received critical acclaim upon release, with TIME including it in its best songs of the week and proclaiming: “It’s a retro-inflected electro-pop tune that rings sweet and sincere.” Billboard also praised the single by stating, “‘More’ uses a cheery rhythm to disguise the melancholic, yet still hopeful lyrics of not knowing what to do with your life.” Last week, Electric Guest released the vibey, electro-pop track, “Play With Me” alongside an R&B fantasy visual which premiered on PAPER. Edited at no cost by friend of Electric Guest, Akiva Shaffer (The Lonely Island, Pen15, The Watch, I Think You Should Leave with Tim Robinson), the visual for “Play With Me” was a last-minute project shot unexpectedly in a $38 million dollar mansion in Los Angeles. Taccone and Shaffer worked together on the edit of the video at Shaffer’s office, which is a revolving door of other production companies, whose team members would weigh in on the process. “Most of the feedback was about how we needed to linger on the speedo shots longer…” says Taccone. The thought-provoking single “More” followed the album’s lead single “Dollar” which debuted as a Zane Lowe World Record on his Beats 1 show and came accompanied by a music video directed by The Lonely Island’s Jorma Taccone and featuring an authentic, custom-built DeLorean hovercraft replica! Co-produced by Lars Stalfors (St. Vincent, Foster the People), Electric Guest’s new album sees Taccone and Matthew Compton pushing modern pop towards their own unique worldview, melding sunshine soul grooves and sugar candy hooks with ambitious production and a subversive lyrical power. The forthcoming LP marks Electric Guest’s first full-length release in two years, as well as the duo’s first new music since Taccone earned a GRAMMY® Award for co-writing and co-producing Portugal. The Man’s worldwide smash single, “Feel It Still.” Electric Guest’s recent contributions to the pop landscape don’t stop with “Feel It Still.” Taccone and Compton joined forces with Carly Rae Jepsen to co-write and co-produce “Feels Right (Feat. Electric Guest),” the only feature on the pop star’s critically-acclaimed new album Dedicated. As extremely collaborative creators, each have recent credits on tracks for artists ranging from Cold War Kids to Aminé. Taccone and Compton also have a long resume of creative work beyond commercially released music. Taccone, often working alongside his brother Jorma of The Lonely Island, has contributed musical pieces to TV shows including Saturday Night Live, The Simpsons and American Dad, receiving an Emmy Award nomination in the process. A gifted composer and musician, Compton has scored a number of films and TV projects, as well as national advertising campaigns for Bud Light, Starburst, Lincoln, Nissan, and more. CONNECT WITH ELECTRIC GUEST: OFFICIAL I FACEBOOK I TWITTER I INSTAGRAM I YOUTUBE

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