Jack Savoretti’s Journey To Europiana Starts Now!

Jack Savoretti’s Journey To Europiana Starts Now!

Brighter days are coming and we can’t wait to move our bodies to the disco dance floors. We celebrate the return of Jack Savoretti and his new album with a chic surprise. He associated with the legend Nile Rodgers for this high-energy song ‘Who’s Hurting Who,’ taken from his forthcoming album Europiana.

Let’s Move!

The UK is producing lots of great dance chart-topping tracks from Clean Bandit to Becky Hill. Jack Savoretti now explores this path on the new song ‘Who’s Hurting Who.’ Kicking with that 70s reverb, we just want to travel back in time to the Saturday Night Fever era. The brass, trumpets, and synths just make one perfect mixture of retro beats. Get your swag on and jive!

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Glorious Grooves!

Start your record player and let the grooves invade your space. Chic and glamour set up your mind with the pounding slow rhythms. The addition of Nile Rodgers to this new Jack Savoretti track is a great one. The disco king brings soulful vibes. It sets the mood for the whole Europiana album. Produced by Cam Blackwood (George Ezra, Florence and The Machine), the album is a concept journey in the good old times, enjoying summer in childhood. ‘Who’s Hurting Who’ is that song that will forgive everything, even our deepest contradictions. Listen down below!

Stream and download ‘Who’s Hurting Who’ featuring Nile Rodgers here. Want to show more love? You can preorder Europiana in various formats here. There is also a tour coming up in the UK. Grab your ticket from May 14th exclusively on here! You don’t wanna miss it!

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Swaying to the grooves? What’s your favorite part of the song? Will you attend the tour? Eager for the album? Let us know on Twitter @TheHoneyPop, Facebook, or Instagram. Wanna get the party started? Feel some more funky vibes here!

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