UK band KillerStar— aka Rob Fleming and James Sedge—release a new dance orientated remix of their current single ‘Go (Hold On Tight’).

The remix is by Dom Beken, the synth player for the KillerStar live band. He is an acclaimed producer and keyboard player who was in The Orb and most recently Nick Mason’s (Pink Floyd) Saucerful of Secret.

This Fleming-penned rock track blends crunchy, spacey guitar and vocals with a massive hook laden chorus and features on KillerStar’s self titled debut album released in March of this year.

Mojo magazine said of the song in their ★★★★ Mojo magazine review of the album:

“The standout Go (Hold On Tight) moves in a slinky fashion before unfurling a gigantic, irresistible chorus. There’s more to come hopefully”

Fleming (guitars, synths, vocals) and Sedge (drums) are joined on the song by three of the late great David Bowie’s most trusted collaborators, Earl Slick (guitar), Tim Lefebvre (bass), and Emm Gryner (backing vocals).

As heard on their introductory singles “Got Me All Wrong,” “Falling Through” and “Should’ve Known Better,” KillerStar expresses timeless ‘70s musicianship and art-rock invention through a contemporary prism. And if you’re reeling back the years, where better to look for inspiration than Bowie? The duo have called upon an array of his key collaborators for the project—Earl Slick (guitar), Gail Ann Dorsey (bass), Mike Garson (piano), Emm Gryner (backing vocals), Mark Plati (bass), Tim Lefebvre (bass), and Donny McCaslin (saxophone)—and collectively they’re created the seemingly impossible: a band that’s new and essential for 2024, but also one that channels the creative ethos and independent spirit of the man himself.

KillerStar was formed by Fleming and Sedge (drums) to capture a sound that they felt was missing: one that linked the current resurgence of psychedelia, the contemporary indie and alternative scenes, and the primal rush of early ‘70s rock ‘n’ roll.

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