Peking Duk team up with Tommy Trash for new collaborative banger ‘Lil Bit’

It's Peking Duk's third new single this year

Peking Duk have teamed up with producer Tommy Trash for their new collaborative banger, ‘Lil Bit’.

Arriving today, (December 11), the track marks the third new single from Peking Duk this year and continues their string of dance-ready anthems.

With notable influence from Trash, a Ministry of Sound Australia signee, ‘Lil Bit’ has moments of dreamy synth interspersed with build-ups to heavy bass and high tempo percussion. Listen to the track below:

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The new track follows on from the release of ‘Nothing to Love About Love’, which was made in collaboration with British indie-rockers, The Wombats. It was the first time the musicians had teamed up for a song, and as Peking Duk’s Adam Hyde explained in a press statement, had come about “very quickly”.

“‘Nothing To Love About Love’ was a collaboration that came about very quickly from a session I had in Los Angeles four months ago,” he explained. “Shout out the legendary Wombats for getting jiggy with us on this one.”

Peking Duk’s first release for the year was way back in January, when they dropped ‘Move’, featuring Alisa Xayath from The Naked And Famous.

One half of the duo, Reuben Styles, also recently released the eponymous debut EP for his side project Y.O.G.A – an acronym for ‘You’re Only Great Always’.

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It’s also a double release day for Australian-born, Los Angeles-based Trash, whose remixes of deadmau5 and Kiesza‘s ‘Bridged By A Lightwave’ landed on streaming services today (December 11).

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