International sensations Far East Movement have returned with their new track “Lovetron,” featuring rising star Travis Garland. “Lovetron” is a slick homage to the polished R&B of the nineties, and proves that FM are as adept at crafting refreshing slow jams as they are at delivering euphoric electro-pop. “With the sound of our Dirty Bass album, we referenced the classic music of the eighties and nineties, mashing that up with the pop and dance of today,” says FM’s Kev Nish. “For “Lovetron,” we kept the same Far East Movement mash-up mentality, and took it back to that smooth nineties R&B sound — with an FM twist!”
Produced by longtime collaborators The Stereotypes (“Rocketeer“; “Girls On The Dance Floor“), “Lovetron” is the latest release from the group’s repackaged Dirty Bass, which is currently available worldwide via Cherrytree Records. In addition to including the global Top 10 singles “Live My Life” and “Turn Up The Love,” the latest incarnation of Dirty Bass also includes four brand new tracks. New highlights from this repack include “Lovetron” and the emotionally charged “For All.” You can download the track FREE here.
L.A. natives can catch FM’s latest TV performance tomorrow night (Thanksgiving; Thursday, November 22nd), on KCAL Channel 9 at 8PM. The group taped a special, holiday-themed performance live at The Grove and in front of thousands of fans. This included the live premiere of a brand new recording entitled “Christmas In Downtown L.A.,” produced by Cherrytree head, Martin “Cherry Cherry Boom Boom” Kierszenbaum. You can get “Christmas In Downtown L.A.” on or amazon.
Listen to more music off the Dirty Bass album by Far East Movement: Change Your Life, Little Bird, Turn Up the Love, Turn Up the Love (fan version), Dirty Bass, Live My Life, Candy, Live My Life (Party Rock Remix).
Lovetron by Far East Movement