FIRST LISTEN: Camden Place x Louise DaCosta ‘A Life In Photos’

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Been missing the clubs and festivals? Well get ready to miss them a little bit more because collaborative dance project Camden Place have just dropped a truly vibrant remix of their single ‘A Life In Photos’ and we can’t get enough. The single was mixed by Irish producer and DJ Louise DaCosta.

‘A Life In Photos’ combines progressive, future and deep house in order to create a sound that is perfect for the summer months. Talking about the single, Camden Place producer Rohan Healy explains…”we wanted to create something that would make you move your body, but also move the heart, the Camden Place original carries a bittersweet message of lost love, and Louise DaCosta’s remix just takes it all to a whole new level!”. ‘A Life In Photos’ originally featured Irish songwriter Seán Silke, independent production studio and label Beardfire Music, electronic producer Magician’s Assistant and singer-songwriter Grainne Hunt.

‘A Life In Photos’ is out now.

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