Starting 2018 with a bang, LCAW has revealed a brand new song ‘Hummingbird’ featuring pop superstar Sophie Ellis-Bextor. The song will be available on January 26 via Columbia Germany / Ultra Music.


‘Hummingbird’ is the first to be taken from LCAW’s debut EP ‘Meet in the Middle’, which will be released in March. The EP features all new music. Further details to be announced in due course.

LCAW is the alias of Munich native Leon Weber. The 23 year old began his journey in classical music, growing up in a family of musicians and training as a Cellist and Pianist before developing into a renowned electronic producer.

LCAW’s unique blend of pop and dance music has gained him support from the likes of ODESZA, Martin Garrix, Robin Schulz, and Felix Jaehn. He has also turned in acclaimed remixes for the likes of London Grammar, Parov Stelar, Asaf Avidan, Fritz Kalkbrenner, Marlon Roudette, ZHU and many others.

After his remixes generated more than 60 million plays on Soundcloud and YouTube, LCAW released his debut single Painted Skyin 2016 and achieved a top 50 placement in the German airplay charts. Follow up singles Man in the Moon (ft. Dagny), ‘Staring at the Sun (ft. Sophie Hintze), ’Nobody Else But Youand ‘Desires (ft. WhoMadeWho)’ have subsequently seen him attain more than 10 million total plays worldwide, with an army of followers and fans.

‘Hummingbird’ is the result of a London studio session with Sophie Ellis-Bextor. Originally, LCAW had intended a different song for Sophie to perform, but when hearing some of the demos he’d been working on for the EP, Sophie immediately connected with another instrumental work-in-progress.

LCAW said: Hummingbird is a very personal track with a more downbeat vibe, I think this is one of the main reasons Sophie instantly felt connected to it. Her voice has such a unique character and she added a whole other dimension to what I had made before we met. We had the recording session in a small studio in Notting Hill which hosted writing sessions for the likes of Adele, James Blunt and Lana Del Rey and it felt like there was a very special atmosphere”

‘Hummingbirdwill mark the start of a fresh style for my music in 2018, a modern approach to disco & funk infused dance music and Im very happy that Sophie is part of it. Putting together my debut EP has been an incredibly exciting time for me and I can’t wait for you to hear the results!

Sophie Ellis-Bextor said: “It was great to work with Leon who I think is very talented. We had a brilliant session and I am so happy with the way Hummingbird has turned out. Its always exciting making new dance music and I cant wait for everyone to hear it”

Sophie Ellis-Bextor shot to fame as a vocalist on Spillers huge number one single Groovejet and then followed it up with Take Me Home and her worldwide smash hit, ‘Murder on the Dancefloor’. Her solo debut album, ‘Read My Lips’ was released in 2001 and reached number two in the UK Albums Chart and certified double platinum by the BPI. The album sold more than 2 million copies worldwide. Her subsequent album releases include Shoot from the Hip (2003), Trip the Light Fantastic (2007), Make a Scene (2011). 2014s singer/songwriter release ‘Wanderlust’ with Ed Harcourt at the helm as Co-writer and Producer was a critical and commercial success, certified Gold and spending 3 weeks in the UK top 10 album chart spawning the hit single ‘Young Blood’.

Sophie followed this release and collaboration with 2016s Familia’ which saw her return to the dance floor with the radio hit ‘Come With Us’.

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