Robortom & Au Revoir Simone get classical

Robortom is classical composer Tom Hodge, Sunday Best head honcho Rob Da Bank and electronica legend Tom Middleton with vocal stylings from ElectroPop girls Au Revoir Simone.

Their single ‘Paganini Rocks’ is a 21st century reworking of Paganini’s ‘24th Caprice’, originally written in 1819 and will be instantly recognisable to even the most uncultured. This new take on the melody sounds fresh and is sure to hit the charts. The video for the track premiered this week, check it out:

The name might be a mistake though, the track’s actually really good and ‘Paganini Rocks’ makes it sound gimmicky.

‘Paganini Rocks’ is out 5th December and will feature reMixes from Mighty Mouse, Louis La Roche, James Talk, and Digital Soundboy.

Robortom @ Beatport

Robortom @ Juno

Robortom @ 7Digital

Robortom @ Amazon

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