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It’s a crazy world outside right now but fortunately Mobilee are on hand with some genuine ‘Common Sense’.

Literally… ‘Common Sense’ comes courtesy of the consistently on-point Spanish producer Squire AKA ex-Formula 1 driver Jaime Alguersuari, a man who’s been responsible for a whole string of beguiling cuts on the likes of Flying Circus, Bar 25 and My Favourite Robot in recent years. This is his Mobilee debut and, like everything he’s done in his career to date, he’s stepped up once again for the occasion.

With support from Dixon and Trikk already pledged, ‘Common Sense’ is shaping up to be one of this season’s most unexpected anthems. Introspective, measured and dusted with emotive chords, it’s coated with the dynamic harmonic vocal layers of Graham Baxter (of Flowers & Sea Creatures; the inimitable deep indie game-changers who burst through on Buzzin Fly 10 years ago), and has the emotive potential to stop a dancefloor in their tracks and take their breath away.

It’s complemented by ‘Peacock Ritual’. More majestic in its epic church-like glow as arpeggios spiral upwards into the ether and crystalise before your ears, this is hypnotic peaktime material right here make no bones about it. The perfect foil to ‘Common Sense’… A crazy world can also demand crazy moments of total dancefloor immersion.

Release date: August 16th, 2019.

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