Hot Chip, School Of Seven Bells and 22-20s to re-record songs in fictional ‘Sims’ language

Acts will feature on the forthcoming console version of 'The Sims 3'

Hot Chip, School Of Seven Bells, Free Energy and 22-20s are among the artists who are re-recording songs in the fictional Simlish language to feature on the forthcoming console version of The Sims 3.

A number of acts will substitute the English vocals on their songs for those of the constructed and improvised language used in the game.

Set for release later this year, the likes of Free Energy, Deadmau5 and John Butler Trio have also been selected to be heard during gameplay, reports


Meanwhile, a new expansion pack for PC and MAC is also due out around the same time, which will include reworked tracks by the likes of My Chemical Romance, Hadouken!, Eliza Doolittle and Kelis.

The artists and songs that will feature on the console version of The Sims 3 are as follows:

‘Latest Heartbreak’ – 22-20s
‘Double Vision’ – 3oh!3
‘Ever Seen This’ – Aceyalone And RJD2
‘We Can’t Fly’ – Aeroplane
‘Phoneix Burn’ – Alpha Rev
‘IY IY IY’ – Cody Simpson
‘You Got Me’ – Crash Kings
‘Some Chords’ – Deadmau5
‘Fresh I Stay’ – Flo Rida Featuring Jovi
‘Free Energy’ – Free Energy
‘We Have Love’ – Hot Chip
‘American Trash’ – Innerpartysystem
‘All Of These Boys’ – Jasmine V
‘Saturday Night’ – Jessica Mauboy
‘Gonna Be a Long Time’ – John Butler Trio
‘Flickin” – Kidz In The Hall
‘Calling Out’ – Lazee Featuring Apollo Drive
‘Dreamland’ – Mickey Factz
‘Are you Ready?’ – Ozomatli
‘Dust Devil’ – School Of Seven Bells
‘Stand Tall’ – The Dirty Heads

The artists and songs that will feature on The Sims 3: Late Night expansion pack are as follows:

‘Double Vision’ (3oh!3)
‘There For You’ (Bryan Rice)
‘Here We Go’ (Chiddy Bang)
‘Miss Outta Control’ (Electrolightz)
‘Rollerblades’ (Eliza Doolittle)
‘Unstoppable’ (Foxy Shazam)
‘Lo Maspik’ (Hadag Nahash)
‘M.A.D.’ (Hadouken!)
‘Saturday Night’ (Jessica Mauboy)
‘Live Wired’ (Junkie XL)
‘Brave’ (Kelis)
‘Rose Colored Glasses’ (Kelly Rowland)
‘All Black Ying Yang (The Party Song)’ (King Fantastic)
‘Na Na Na’ (My Chemical Romance)
‘Next Best Thing’ (Nikki & Rich)
‘More Than Alive’ (The Ready Set)
‘Speakers Going Hammer’ (Soulja Boy)
‘Need You’ (Travie McCoy)