The Ramona Flowers’ reveal their new and stripped back version of their track Up All Night. Listen to Up All Night (Stripped) here.

In contrast to the original, which features the legendary Nile Rodgers, the stripped version focuses on a softer sound, with gentle percussion and lighter production, allowing the vocals to soar throughout.

Speaking of the release, The Ramona Flowers said “The original version is a proper dance track, so we really wanted to do a different twist that would highlight the depth of the lyrics and draw attention to the real meaning of the story.”

Up All Night featuring Nile Rodgers has become one of the group’s most successful singles and their biggest streaming song ever, with over a million streams combined. The song charted at #25 in the top 40 New Music chart in the US and is now climbing the national charts at alternative radio. Up All Night featured on last year’s 6-track EP, Gotta Get Home.

After recently wrapping up an incredible tour in the US with Barns Courtney, it has been an exciting and busy year for the Bristol four-piece. Their latest EP, Hey You was released earlier this year and included singles, Enter The Room and title track Hey You. They also treated fans to an additional, stand alone single Nothing More To Worry About. The carefree, uplifting song has been used in the global ad campaign for the launch of the Dyson Zone headphones, Dyson’s first wearable purifier, capturing city pollution including gas, allergens and particulate matter and cancelling unwanted noise with advanced noise cancellation and pure, high-fidelity audio.

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