'Be Someone' : The New Drop From Camelphat & Jake Bugg

'Be Someone' : The New Drop From Camelphat & Jake Bugg

Jake Bugg and Camelphat have come together to create the biggest summer hit of 2019, 'Be Someone'.

The new and huge single 'Be Someone' dropped on Annie Mac's Radio 1 show on Tuesday (4th June 2019) evening as her 'hottest record in the world'. The summer anthem is sure to hit the clubs, parties and beaches and be one of the best releases of 2019. 

The song remains on point with the Camelphat's dance influence which brings forth Jake Bugg's soulful country vocals. The track is a new turn for the British singer Bugg who's previous work has seen him recording in Nashville creating that true heartwarming sound. The collaboration is a perfect match with their unique blend of bass-driven house and melodic hooks throughout and the combination of Bugg's sultry tone.

Camelphat are originally from Liverpool and have firmly established themselves as one of the most in-demand acts around. The duo first made their mark with their song 'Cola' which was nominated for a Grammy and since then they have released a flurry of club ready anthems such as 'Panic Room' and 'Breathe'. 

2019 is set to be the pairs biggest year yet as they have already played Coachella, EDC Vegas and Radio 1's Big Weekend, and now the release of 'Be Somebody' with the NME award winning artist Jake Bugg. Continuing their biggest year, Camelphat will also be playing at Glastonbury and Hideout and will be launching an Ibiza residency. 

‘Be Someone’ is sure to prove one of summer 2019’s biggest anthems and further solidify Camelphat’s status as one of the biggest dance acts in the world.

Check out the song by listening here.

 

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