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Welsh pop duo Dusky Grey release ‘One Night’ (DRAMÄ Remix) through East West / Warner Music

After an incredible whirlwind UK tour supporting Emma Blackery, taking in; London, Manchester, Cardiff, Glasgow and Birmingham, and surpassing a collective 30 million track streams for their singles to date, Welsh pop duo Dusky Grey release the DRAMÄ Remix of their latest single ‘One Night’. The original track, which was recently crowned Radio 1’s Best New Pop has been re-worked by DRAMÄ. This killer remix takes the Balearic rhythm infused pop anthem to the next level. It’s released on Nov 2nd through East West / Warner Music.

Listen at: https://lnk.to/ONDramaRemix

Watch the lyric video: https://youtu.be/03gV0bDzvYQ

Speaking about the origins of the track Dusky Grey explain; “One night is more of a conversation, the first verse is about taking a relationship for granted.” explain Dusky Grey. “It’s about someone being caught out cheating and not realising what they had until they lost it. The second verse is the response and the other half of the partnership trying to figure out if they can move on from this or call it quits. It’s about someone realising they’ve messed up something special for one night of something new and exciting and whether or not they can come back from that.”

This November Dusky Grey (Catrin Hopkins and Gethin Williams) will head out on their debut headline tour, including a date at London’s Camden Assembly. Full run of dates below, more information available at http://www.duskygrey.com.


9th – Liverpool, East Village Artist Club (Loft)

11th – Glasgow, Attic

12th – Llandudno – Theatre Colwyn

17th – London, Camden Assembly

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