- Marcus Lambkin's first new material for a year is a slice of hi-NRG disco nostalgia, in the '70s/'80s tradition of San Francisco, the hometown of its guest vocalist, The Rapture's Luke Jenner. Anchored by a familiar DFA bass groove, funk-filled organ nibs and tottering percussion, Jenner slinkily beckons the track towards its shouted peak with repeated proclamations of "I think you'll always want me / I think you'll always want my love" in eye-watering falsetto.
Luke Solomon's remix dials down the original's hyperactivity a shade, splaying the vocal over a hypnotic palette of analogue synth and drums before rising to an ecstatic crescendo. German producer Larse plumps for a more synthetic, housey foundation for his remix, achieving a similarly mesmeric effect.
A Feels Real (Extended Dance Version)
B Feels Real (Luke Solomon Remix)