With the impending release of their awesome new EP, Solo OK, (which we reviewed here) Southampton based Indie-Electro trio, and one of the UK’s brightest ElectroPop stars, Scarlet Soho are hitting the road around Europe. Taking their well oiled machine of catchy synth hooks and memorable, emotive, lyrics to some of the continent’s hotspots to showcase tracks from the new EP as well as pleasing the crowd with their hits.
But that’s not all. Because the guys are feeling psyched about releasing the Solo KO EP and getting out there to play the tracks live, they are also letting us give away a pretty special tune. Bristolian dance legends Kosheen recently got on board with Scarlet Soho’s track Pedal To The Metal, delivering a complex and infectious rendition of the song. Loaded with jagged synth riffs and warm pads, alongside the refrain of “we hit the road” it’s the prefect track to launch Scarlet Soho’s tour, which culminates with an un-missable Christmas party in London. The tune is here to download for the cheap-as-chips price of one shiny email address. Now that’s a bargain!
♫ Scarlet Soho – Pedal To The Metal (Kosheen reMix)
You can download Kosheen’s reMix of Pedal To The Metal right here.
Scarlet Soho launch their European tour to promote the Solo KO EP on the 8th November in Belgium. Check the dates:
08.11 La Legia, Liege (BE)
09.11 Tsunami Club, Koln (DE)
10.11 Kokolores, Kunzeslau (DE)
11.11 Schuetzengasse, Weimar (DE)
13.11 Fluxbau, Berlin (DE)
15.11 Pod Lampou, Plzen (CZ)
16.11 Jugendhaus, Riesa (DE)
17.11 Zebra Bar, Brussels (BE)
14.12 Railway, Winchester (UK) (Scarlet Soho Christmas Party Part 01)
15.12 Hoxton Underbelly, London (UK) (Scarlet Soho Christmas Party Part 02)
If you’re in the area, know your Scarlet Soho, and are feeling lucky, you can try your hand at winning two tickets to your local show over on the bands Facebook page.
You can pre-order the Solo KO EP from Scarlet Soho’s website. It’ll be released 9th November.
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