Back in 2012, Calvin Harris released "Well Be Coming Back," a fiery dance pop tune that appeared on the Grammy Award-nominated producer's 18 Months LP, alongside renowned English singer-songwriter and rapper Example.
Who knew they were foreshadowing?
Almost eight years later, Calvin Harris and Example have reconnected for the latter's seventh studio album, Some Nights Last for Days, which was released yesterday, June 12th, via his own Staneric Recordings banner. Harris provides for the production for the record's titular track, a sultry, disco-inspired slow-burner reminiscent of his work on Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1 that brilliantly demonstrates the versatility of Example, who oscillates between fluid rapping and breezy crooning throughout. Elevated by iridescent production from Harris, "Some Nights Last for Days" oozes soul while underpinning the notion that he and Example have an innate chemistry that has only become stronger with age, like velvety bourbon straight from the barrel.
You can check out the single below and stream or purchase Some Nights Last for Days in full here.
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