Australian duo Peking Duk have joined forces with renowned vocalist Aluna Francis of the prominent UK duo AlunaGeorge for their brand new single, “Fake Magic,” out now via RCA Records.
Additionally, The music video for “Fake Magic” premiered yesterday on Billboard, which stated, “Peking Duk’s collaboration with AlunaGeorge is the kind of spell that can turn a frog into a dance floor diva”. Click HERE to watch.
The track features an intoxicating vocal performance by Francis, cementing it as the summer anthem of our time. With a heavy funk-infused bassline and a swinging drum rhythm that’s not too fast nor too slow, “Fake Magic” will surely be bumping worldwide for many summers to come. Aluna describes the concept behind the track saying, “We spoke about the idea of a woman coming into a man’s life and showing him the real magic in this world, an alternative world that is not weighed down by fake highs and material disappointment. I loved this idea. I’ve been that girl occasionally, so the lyrics came from a real place.” “Fake Magic” is certainly not weighed down by fake highs and material disappointment, but instead celebrates a world run by funky rhythm and soulful dance.
Peking Duk, comprised of Adam Hyde and Reuben Styles, catapulted onto the Australian music scene in 2014 with their distinct flavor of indie electronica and electrifying live sets. In 2015, they had the honor of having two singles in the top five of triple j’s Hottest 100, Peking Duk have released three triple platinum singles with “High,” “Take Me Over” and last year’s smash “Stranger” which landed at #1 on the ARIA Australian Artist Single Chart. Multiple North American tours have seen the duo perform at Coachella, Lollapalooza, and Squamish in Canada amongst a host of club dates, with many more still to come!
To Buy or Stream “Fake Magic”:
Official Video: http://smarturl.it/vFakeMagic
Apple Music: http://smarturl.it/iFakeMagic
Amazon Music: http://smarturl.it/azFakeMagic
Google Play: http://smarturl.it/gpFakeMagic
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