Swales releases deep disco single ‘Higher’ (Call My Name)

Manchester-based disco and house producer Swales releases ‘Higher’ (Call My Name), a feel-good track guaranteed to make its presence known anywhere its played, sampling strings from the Inner Life’s classic ‘Ain’t No Mountain High Enough’. 

Stream here – https://open.spotify.com/track/4uX6unuXXrUAKSTaqOovp9?si=HwCHC3aqQla-mkbkqUac3g  

Another Rhythm released the instrumental in June 2018, which gained widespread support globally. In 2019, Another Rhythm have teamed up with Polydor on Higher (Call My Name) which features the soul-soaked vocals of RuthAnne. The vibrant track contains all the hallmarks of a classic Disco groove; syncopated basslines, lush string arrangements and ambient percussion.

Best known for his 2018 EP ‘Night Cuisine’, Swales is undoubtedly becoming one to watch. With a passion for 90’s-esque house, Swales digs deep to supply a myriad of styles ranging from disco influenced cuts to Italo-house stompers. Having released on Dansu Discs, Slothboogie, Another Rhythm (sister label to The Other Songs) and Honey Butter and his profile steadily rising, Swales has performed across the UK, most notably appearing at Standon Calling Festival and Brixton Jamm alongside Big Miz and Earl Jeffers. 

Featured vocalist RuthAnne channels the verve and spirit of iconic vocalists like Kathy Sledge and Martha Wash helping to complete this authentic homage to a timeless era. By no means a stranger to the industry, the singer-songwriter from Ireland who has been working behind the scenes for many years. Britney Spears’ ‘Work Bitch’, JoJo’s ‘Too Little Too Late’ and Niall Horan’s ‘Slow Hands’ are just a few of the credits on her impressive resume.

‘Higher’ (Call My Name) is a sure-fire hit that will set every club in motion and continue to leverage Swales’ emerging status as a new school producer to watch. With sought-afterAnimator Toby Mortimer (previous work includes commissions for Loyle Carner, Gregory Porter, Selfridges, Chelsea FC and more), the track is set for release on 8th March on Polydor/ Another Rhythm.

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