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Having already killed the crowd with the ‘demonic overground club smash’ (Sunday Times Culture), ‘Hooligans’, and crossover top twenty hit (and Radio 1 A listed) single ‘Watch The Sun Come Up’, man of the moment EXAMPLE returns with an infectious new single, ‘Won’t Go Quietly’ which is released through Data on January 11th.
Summer 2009 has seen the explosive arrival of EXAMPLE (or Elliot Gleave to his friends and family); with his highly original take on life and a unique and musical style that is the thrilling collision of underground and overground..
‘Wont Go Quietly’ is another scintillating slice of modern pop with edge which tells the tale of an obsessive relationship and underlines EXAMPLE as one of the freshest new talents around. It’s an uplifting and joyful Good-Times anthem and, with EXAMPLE’s fantastic Brit Rap, is the perfect rallying cry to get up and party the New Year blues away. With its hypnotic chorus, ‘Won’t Go Quietly’ again shows us EXAMPLE’s fantastic ear for melody and the uniquely widescreen worldview that inform those razorsharp raps. The track itself has massive national radio support already with extensive plays from Radio 1’s Zane Lowe and Mistajam as well as Kiss radio’s Steve Smart quick to jump onboard the hype.
Following a series of his own sell-out live dates, now Example has met his match and is about to join the UK’s mouthiest and biggest female superstar Lily Allen as the headline support on her UK tour. The 17-date UK tour kicks off in Sheffield on 16th November and runs through to 17th December coming to a climax at London’s Brixton Academy.
The remixes are of superb quality and what you’d expect from a song of this stature with stand-out mix from The Juan Maclean giving the track a new disco infused edge, as well as eclectic mixes from E.P.I.C, Men in Masks, DC Breaks, Cyantific and Wire all contributing to ensure this song absolutely tears up the floors up and down the country.