KC Lights has dropped a remix Sleepwalkrs and JP Cooper’s collaborative single ‘Goodnight’, out now.
Juxtaposing pounding kick drums with ethereal breakdowns and JP Cooper’s powerful vocals, the KC Lights remix sees the Glasgow-born DJ and producer deliver a pulsating, club-ready take on ‘Goodnight’. Released last month, the celebrated original has already racked up more than 1 million Spotify streams.
Real name Roberto Manfredi, Sleepwalkrs burst onto the scene when he collaborated with old friend THRDL!FE on ‘Outta My Head’, however it was his collaboration with French artist HUGEL on ’Magnify’ that cemented Sleepwalkrs’ authority in the dance music space. His music has received heavyweight support from Oliver Heldens, Cassius, Rudimental, Fedde Le Grand and more. Most recently he linked up with MNEK on 2020 hit, ‘More Than Words’, racking up 13 million Spotify streams in the process. The track also garnered widespread support from BBC Radio One, Capital and Kiss, including Billy Da Kid’s ‘Track Of The Week’, as well as the coveted playlist spot on Channel 4’s ‘Sunday Brunch’.
Boasting 4 billion global streams, 10 million Spotify listeners, sold-out tours in both the UK and Europe and regular airplay across BBC Radio 1 & 2, JP Cooper is one of the most talented singer-songwriters on the British circuit. He is best known for collaborating with Jonas Blue on ‘Perfect Strangers’, a single that became platinum-certified and reached #2 in the UK charts.
Following an explosive few years, KC Lights has firmly established himself as one of the most exciting talents in the global dance music scene. The Scottish artist has remixed some of the world’s most prominent artists, including Ed Sheeran, Jonas Blue, Alicia Keys, Becky Hill, Jax Jones and MK, racking up more than 50 million Spotify streams in the process.
Brimming with pure club energy, the KC Lights remix of ‘Goodnight’ is destined to make its way onto countless post-lockdown dancefloors.