August 28, 2012 15:06
Calvin Harris unveils his Florence Welch collaboration 'Sweet Nothing' - listen
The track is released as a single on October 14 and features on the DJ's new album '18 Months'
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Calvin Harris has unveiled his new single 'Sweet Nothing', which features the vocals of Florence And The Machine's Florence Welch, click above to listen to the track.
The track will feature on the Scottish DJ's third album '18 Months', which will be released at the end of October. As well as Welch, Ellie Goulding, Tinie Tempah, Nicky Romero, Kelis, Ne-Yo, Dillon Francis, Ayah and Example will also feature on the record.
'Sweet Nothing' will be released as a single on October 14, with the album itself out on October 29. It is the fifth single from the album so far.
The album is Harris' third full-length effort of his career so far and is the follow-up to his 2009 record 'Ready For The Weekend'. He is currently touring in support of '18 Months' and plays London's iTunes Festival this year on September 15, co-headlining London's Roundhouse with fellow dance titan David Guetta.
He has previously worked with Florence And The Machine when he contributed a remix of their recent single 'Spectrum'. It reached Number One in the UK singles chart.
Florence Welch yesterday (August 27) revealed that she is taking a year off from music after she finished touring her last studio album 'Ceremonials'.
The singer, who performed on the Main Stage at the weekend's Reading And Leeds Festivals, said that she wants to take a 12-month hiatus before she starts work on her next studio album. "There's a big 'take a year off' plan," she said. "The record company have put no pressure on me for the next album. They've said I can have as long as I want."
To read the ultimate Reading And Leeds Festivals review, which features Florence And The Machine, pick up the new issue of NME, which is on newsstands from Wednesday (August 29) or available digitally.
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