Tom Aspaul & Funk LeBlanc (feat. Madeleine Wood) – The Program

Hot on the heels of his long overdue debut album Black Country Disco, Tom Aspaul is already looking ahead. To be more precise, he’s preparing a remix album, Black Country Discoteque, which will arrive on 15 March. The project is set to feature collaborations with producer MNEK, singer-songwriter Bright Light Bright Light, and retro remixer Initial Talk.

Apart from BCD remixes, the album will also contain some all-new material. One of those tracks is Wanna Love U Boy, a cover of Robin Thicke’s 2005 single Wanna Love You Girl. Another one of those fresh songs is the long-player’s first single, The Program. It’s an uplifting eighties-inspired gem with punchy drums and a euphoric double guitar solo. The opening seconds bring Madonna’s Material Girl to mind. Aspaul made this banger with San Francisco-based producer Funk LeBlanc and Australian singer-songwriter Madeleine Wood.

He says about it: “It feels like the perfect progression sonically – we’re definitely in a new decade – and I’m actually relieved to be singing about something other than heartbreak! Having Madeleine Wood on board with vocals is a bonus too, her voice really complements mine and her songwriting is incredible.” 

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