The Ramona Flowers Are Ready To Stay ‘Up All Night’

The Ramona Flowers Are Ready To Stay ‘Up All Night’

I wanna stay up all night,” once sang the biggest boyband of the 2010’s One Direction. They are not alone and some others love to fire up the disco! Bristol’s indie-pop The Ramona Flowers ‘Up All Night’ coolest collab with a super legend Nile Rodgers is out now for our dancing pleasure!

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Live On The Fast Lane!

How does it feel for an indie-pop band to be featured on television? Especially when it’s on a football presentation? For British band The Ramona Flowers’ ‘Up All Night’ appearing on Sky Sports’ weekly highlights, it’s quite a massive achievement! Speaking of sports, the video is not far away! Power up the engines and show your ‘Driver’s License’ to ride the famous GT40! The road is groovy with Nile Rodgers guitar hooks. Following the dreams of little boys on the Vaughan Arnell-directed visuals, the pop glitter catches our senses. “Where do I draw the line? You keep me up all night,” they shout lovingly in the anthemic chorus. The Script and Robbie Williams video clip creator captures the lyrically fast-paced race without limits

Keep The Funky Beats Alive

You keep me up all night/Now my heart beats out of time,” the band croons in the infectious chorus. Is winning the ‘Tokyo’ Grand Prix in your plans. For The Ramona Flowers boys, it’s obvious they made a winning bet. The band’s stellar pop reach new heights after the release of the If You Remember EP last June. The obsessive beats are perfect to hit the dancefloor. Mixing joyful indie rock and the 70s funky style, think The Wombats ‘Backfire At The Disco’ with a glimpse of Motown and a little bit of Jack Savoretti’s Europiana bouncy sounds. Nile Rodgers addition to the loops only makes it better and we only wanna dance the Chic way to remember the ‘Good Times.’

Create your choreo and show us while streaming The Ramona Flowers ‘Up All Night’ song here. Share your skills with us on Twitter @TheHoneyPop, Facebook, and Instagram.

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