Lee Foss and Franky Wah join forces in the ‘Name of Love’ for this hypnotic house track out today via Club Sweat! Lee and Franky escape their own sonic boundaries to conjure up a pertinent soundtrack for everyone feeling the need to escape their physical confines after this past year and reconnect with loved ones. Filled with a lush piano melody, and blissful vocals of SPNCR the track slowly brings in deep-tech undertones to create a euphoric soundscape that will have you singing along on the dance floor or even taking to the streets to unapologetically dance in the rain.
On teaming up with Lee Foss, Franky Wah said, “I’m buzzing about this record because if it wasn’t for Danny Howard and Radio 1 this collaboration would never have even happened. I’d say Lee and I are in different lanes sonically but this track is a perfect example as to why artists should experiment and forget about the boundaries and rules that they set themselves. It’s a record that everyone needs to hear given the year we’ve all had and another one that I hope will resonate with all of us.”
With his fresh approach to electronic music, Lee Foss has made his mark as one of the leading global house and techno producers in the scene. Ever since hitting the UK charts with ‘Benediction’ as part of deep house supergroup Hot Natured, there has been no slowing down for this talent. Frequently collaborating with fellow dance sensations such as Jamie Jones, Eli Brown and MK for their singles ‘Goodnight Moon’ and ‘Electricity’, Foss has also handled the official remix duties for the likes Sofi Tukker, Rudimental and Lana del Ray. It is evident that Lee Foss is one of the most exciting forces in modern house music and we are excited to have him join the Club Sweat fam! When Lee Foss is not in the studio cooking up beats, he runs ‘Repopulate Mars’, a tastemaker label that has released singles with house favourites – John Summit, Ferreck Dawn and Yolanda Be Cool
Out of the UK, Franky Wah is a staple in club music across the world, known for his emotive dance releases! With glittering endorsement from Pete Tong who tipped Franky as one of his Future Stars for 2020 and regular spins on Radio 1 from Annie Mac, Danny Howard and Mistajam. On the road he has appeared at clubs and festivals across the world, including shows in Mexico and Dubai plus Glastonbury, Hideout and Creamfields. Franky also runs his own label, Shen, which provides a liberating space for him to release new music, as well as giving his support to other artists.