Ali Love is set go from east London’s best kept secret to bonafide pop star with the release of his new single.The Londoner is about to go supernova with the release of ‘Late Night Session’ on 8th October on Columbia Records. The single will be available to download from 1st October.‘Late Night Session’ is an irresistible slice of disco, funk and pop with Ali Love inviting the world back to his flat for an after hours session of dancing and romancing amongst the neon lights and street fights. It’s four minutes of feel good fun that could even get those with two left feet running to the dancefloor. The song was written when I used to run a night in the basement of a club called On the Rocks, says Ali. I lived above the club so my bedroom ended up being the VIP room, they were crazy, crazy times.

‘Late Night Session’ has been remixed by Supafly and producer du jour, Paul Epworth. The single also has bonus tracks including ‘F-Beat’ a dirty electro jam which has a chorus borrowing from Pussycat Doll’s ‘Don’t Cha’.

Ali Love will be gigging across the UK this autumn, performing tracks from his forthcoming album ‘Love Music’.

The album is due for release in January and will include his previous single ‘Secret Sunday Lover’ as well as the new track.

Ali has been confirmed as the support act for both the Just Jack and Mark Ronson tours this October. He will also be playing various club dates from September - this includes a residency at Yo Yo, Notting Hill Arts Club.

Expect some exhilarating shows from the man who has the swagger of a rock god from the 60s, dance moves that would have caused admiring glances at Studio 54 and the voice of a uniquely noughties pop icon in the making.

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