Confidence Man announce Fabric mix + share new original collaboration with IN2STELLAR

Confidence Man joins Fabric’s mix series with fresh tracks and a new IN2STELLAR collab. Release: 23rd August.

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Aussie electro-pop sensation Confidence Man are the latest act to be featured in Fabric’s prestigious mix series with their compilation Fabric Presents Confidence Man. Set for release on 23rd August, the mix is accompanied by a new original collaboration with IN2STELLAR, ‘Break It Down (On the Bassline)’.

The announcement comes hot on the heels of their electrifying performance at this year’s Glastonbury Festival. The group, known for their high-energy shows and catchy tunes, recently relocated to London and have spent the past 18 months making waves in the UK’s electronic scene. Their series of club-ready singles includes collaborations with notable artists such as Daniel Avery, DJ Seinfeld, and DJ Boring.

Confidence Man’s mix for Fabric is set to be a dynamic collection of dancefloor anthems featuring tracks that have become staples in their DJ sets. The compilation also includes exclusive tunes from friends in the scene like Joe Goddard, Joshua James, Mona Yim, and The Emanations. The band explains, “The mix was a bunch of songs that we’ve been playing at parties and DJ sets, combined with a bunch of older tunes we’ve loved for ages. Also, a bunch of tunes sent through from friends we also dig. We’re trying to make something we’d love to dance to.”

IN2STELLAR, who collaborated on ‘Break It Down (On the Bassline)’, added, “We’ve had countless nights out partying and clubbing with Confidence Man and have always bonded over our shared love for early 2000s club bangers and DJing. To us, this track feels like all of those nights out together rolled into one and is definitely one for the club!”

This mix serves as a prelude to Confidence Man’s upcoming studio album 3AM (LA LA LA), scheduled for release on 18th October. The album is expected to delve deeper into UK rave sounds of the ’90s and 2000s, continuing the band’s exploration of their unique pop-dance fusion.

Since their breakthrough with the 2018 album Confident Music for Confident People, Confidence Man has amassed a devoted fanbase, especially following their memorable Glastonbury performances. This year’s festival saw them perform four times, including a massive show on the Other Stage and a packed-out club night, Active Scenes, at the Greenpeace stage.

The band has also announced a UK tour later this year, with a highly anticipated night at London’s Brixton Academy, which sold out so quickly that a second night has now been added.

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