WEISS And Sharlene Hector Drop Official Video For ‘Lift Me Up’

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WEISS and Sharlene Hector have unveiled the official video for their club-ready collaborative single ‘Lift Me Up’, out on Monday 16th August.

Capturing the essence of the halcyon days of rave, the official video for ‘Lift Me Up’ showcases an army of buoyant youths, kitted out in 90s-style attire and dancing as one at a riotous warehouse party – an ideal complement for the infectious piano breaks of the original.

‘Lift Me Up’ marks the third instalment in the British DJ and producer’s innovative multi-track story, following on from ‘First Sight’ and ‘Where Do We Go?’ featuring house icon Harry Romero, acclaimed singles that have racked up over 5 million combined Spotify streams. The series is inspired by memories and impressions of formative raving years with good friends, new friends and strangers alike.

WEISS also released ‘Funk U’, a collaborative single with fellow dance music don A-Trak, earlier in the year, following A-Trak’s remix of ‘Where Do We Go?’, continuing the multi-level narrative.

After emerging onto the scene in 2013, WEISS has ascended through the dance music ranks at an impressive rate, releasing hit records such as ‘You’re Sunshine’ and ‘My Sister’, receiving support from a host of legends ranging from Armand van Helden, Eats Everything and Carl Cox to Elton John. His 2018 hit single ‘Feel My Needs’ took the world by storm, reaching #1 in both the BBC Radio 1 Dance Chart & ARIA Club Chart (also being voted the #1 track for the year), winning ‘Best Track’ at the DJ Mag ‘Best of British’ award, and is now BPI Silver-certified. More recently, his collaborative single ‘I Could Get Used To This’ with Becky Hill achieved BPI Gold-certification.

A celebrated singer-songwriter in her own right, Sharlene Hector has fronted Brit Award-winning electronic outfit Basement Jaxx since 2001. She has also collaborated with a long and varied list of artists, including Clean Bandit, Royal Blood, Primal Scream, The Horrors, Wretch 32, Natasha Bedingfield, Nicole Scherzinger, Mark Ronson and Paloma Faith.

More recently she lent her flawless vocals to Duke Dumont’s ‘Therapy’ and Dimension’s ‘Saviour’, singles that have amassed over 15 million streams between them.

The pulsating official video for ‘Lift Me Up’ provides a perfect visual expression of the track itself.


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