British hit-making trio Clean Bandit are delighted to unveil their new single “Solo” feat. Demi Lovato out today via Big Beat/Atlantic Records – LISTEN HERE! 

“Solo” marks an assured return for Clean Bandit and is the follow-up to their platinum-certified, tear-jerking October 2017 smash “I Miss You”. Destined for further chart glory with the beat-driven, Latino-inspired “Solo”, the band have teamed-up with the award-winning and No.1 recording artist, Demi Lovato, for vocal duties, which has all the makings of a sure-fire summer hit. Written by the band’s very own Jack Patterson and Grace Chatto alongside Fred Gibson (Charli XCX, MØ) andCamille Purcell (Stormzy, Dua Lipa), the track follows an empowering narrative of self-love and appreciation. Mixing comes from the band’s long-time collaboratorMark Ralph (Years & Years).

Grace Chatto says, “Breaking apart from someone you love very much can be unbearably painful, but finding yourself again can be a beautiful thing if you do your solitude right. Self-care is like an art in itself and we tried to look at this in a fun way. The first time we met Demi was over FaceTime, believe it or not! She was recording in Alabama and we were recording in London and we recorded the song like this – over the ocean! When we finally met in person to shoot the music video, it was beautiful. She was so lovely and it was a joy to film her.”

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