HARLOE Releases “We’re All Gonna Lose (Latroit Remix)”

Solo artist and Grammy-nominated producer/songwriter HARLOE has released her newest collaboration with Grammy-award winning producer Latroit for “We’re All Gonna Lose.” The track tells a story of acceptance and appreciation in knowing that at some point the love we have in something or someone may not be easy, and to lose you’ll have to learn. The reworked version of “We’re All Gonna Lose,” originally off HARLOE’s debut EP Rivers Run Dry (out now via Roc Nation), is uplifted by a pulsating beat and pop-synth bursts, amplifying HARLOE’s dazzling vocals. CLICK HERE to listen to “We’re All Gonna Lose (Latroit Remix).” 

This is the fourth of five forthcoming collaborations with Latroit, a Grammy-winning producer, composer, and performer with ARIA and BPI certified gold, platinum, and double platinum selling records who pioneered Detroit techno group Inner City, has had over twenty Top 10 Billboard Club Chart tracksand remixes, dozens of TV and Film placements, and won a Grammy in 2018 for Best Remixed Recording of Depeche Mode’s “You Move (Latroit Remix).” The pair previously released a remix of HARLOE’s single Crush On You” featuring Pretty Garter which is currently featured on Spotify’s Pop Remix Playlist, title track Rivers Run Dry,” and One More Chance. 

Earlier this year, HARLOE released her debut EP, Rivers Run Dry. Produced by Grammy-winning, multi-platinum record producer and songwriter Fred Ball (Rihanna, Eminem, Ariana Grande, Beyoncé & JAY-Z), the EP highlights HARLOE’s transformative path as it touches on themes of love, loss, reflection, and renewal following the end of a relationship. The EP features HARLOE’s previously released singles including the original versions of Crush On You,” title track Rivers Run Dry,” “One More Chance,” and We’re All Gonna Lose.”

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