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NEW PAUL WELLER TRACK! "Starlite" LISTEN NOW!!!

New Weller Track 'Starlite'

This summer Weller has a treat for his fans in the form of a brand new track - 'Starlite'.

The song comes accompanied by several remixes and will be available on 12" vinyl and as a digital download.

Speaking about 'Starlite', Weller said: "Here's a brand new track called 'Starlite' in time for the Summer. It's not from the forthcoming album, it's just for NOW! It's part Balearic beat, poetry and psychedelic music. I hope you like it. PWx"

The tracklisting for the iTunes bundle released on August 7th is:

1. Starlite (Original)
2. Starlite (Drop Out Orchestra Remix)
3. Starlite (Black Van Remix)

The 12" vinyl released on August 29th will contain:

A. Starlite (Original)
AA. Starlite (Drop Out Orchestra Remix)

B. Starlite (Black Van Remix)
BB. Starlite (DJ Pulse Remix)

Stay tuned for pre-order details coming soon...

Comments

  1. I kinda like it! The guy never ceases to amaze me.

    Andy in Canada

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  2. Damn, I totally dig this one. Retro and new sounding at the same time. Can't wait to spin the vinyl!!

    Peace and SOUL,
    Dave...

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  3. Great promise for the forthcoming album!!!

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  4. Phenomenal!!! The Legend just keeps on giving...

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  5. wow what an ace suprise cheered up my miserable day thanku <3 it x

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  6. A bit of an 80s feel to it, I like it very much. So far from the 'dad rock' tag that PW gets from the media every now-and-again.

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  7. Perfect summer tune. Love it. So looking forward to the new cd.

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  8. sounds like a style council "b" side.for anyone who remembers vinyl that is.

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  9. Summer nights , looking out over the coast, chilled , with groove

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  10. The TSC b-side comparison is dead on, and since TSC b-sides are better than most bands' a-sides and album tracks, that is a good thing indeed.

    This makes me very excited for the new album.

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  11. I don't like it, sounds like a tune that never even made it onto Modernism: A New Decade, c'mon Paul get that guitar back and liven it up a bit.

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  12. This tune makes me wanna fill an ice bucket with IPA's and fire up the barbeque grill.

    Anyone down for some Argentine sausages and skirt steak with chimichurri?

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  13. best piece is the guitar in the beginning , why do they lower it in the song !! brilliant song !

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