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HOST Wants to be Your Friend With their New EP

HOST is back with their new EP: ‘I Wanna Be Your Friend’, plus already-released first track, “Never Look Back”. The new EP includes remixes by The Mekanism & Ginger Prince, and will be released 18th November.

HOST is back with their new EP: ‘I Wanna Be Your Friend’, plus already-released first track, “Never Look Back”. The new EP includes remixes by The Mekanism & Ginger Prince, and will be released 18th November.

This young East London songwriting and production duo connected via their mutual love of New Order, Talking Heads and seminal house producers like Marshall Jefferson. They presented their debut single, ‘All Night Every Night‘ / ‘State Of Your Soul’, released via LA label B3SCI (Jungle, Aquilo, Oceaan), last April. Now they’re back, working with the mixing talents of Steve Dub of The Chemical Brothers to present their new EP “I Wanna Be Your Friend”.

The new EP is perfectly balanced, simutaneously a declaration of love for the fundamental togetherness and spiritual principles of club culture, and a celebration of the songwriting depths that the pair has focused on. As a testament to the classic house sound that has infiltrated their production sessions, “I Wanna Be Your Friend & Never Look Back” will be available as a very limited 12” as well as in digital formats, and sets the tone ahead of their planned 2017 full length album release.

Pre-order the EP from: hostldn.com
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