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Music / August 11, 2021

Fraser T Smith announces remix album, shares new Lafawndah reworking

Credit: Solve Sundsbø
Music / August 11, 2021

Fraser T Smith announces remix album, shares new Lafawndah reworking

Words: Dylan Murphy

Landing on September 10, 12 Questions After Dark sees fresh remixes from the likes of DJ Seinfeld, India Jordan and more.

Earlier this year, Fraser T Smith took up his Future Utopia moniker to release a project featuring a host of UK acts pushing the needle. 12 Questions saw the producer link up with Dave, Stormzy, Arlo Parks, Kano and more and now he’s invited a cohort of producers to breath new life into the tracks.

12 Questions After Dark is set for release on September 10 and features remixes from DJ Seinfeld, Themba, Melé, India Jordan and more.

Ahead of its release, he’s shared the first track from the project, Lafawndah’s trance-inducing remix of What Happens Next? / Way Back When’.

Tracklist:

Fear or Faith? Pt. 1 (feat. Alysia Nicole Harris) [Themba x Future Utopia Remix]
Million$Bill (feat. Kojey Radical & Easy Life) [Melé Remix]
Do We Really Care? Pt. 2 (feat. Simon Armitage) [DJ Seinfeld Remix]
What’s in a Name? (feat. Dan Smith) [Future Utopia Remix]
Children of the internet (feat. Dave & Es Devlin) [HAAi Rework]
How Do We Find Our Truth? / The Other Side (feat. Stormzy & Beatrice Mushiya) [Christian Smith Remix]
Freedom (feat. Kano, Greentea Peng & Albert Woodfox) [Franky Wah x Future Utopia Remix)
Mountain Girl (feat. Ruelle) [Future Utopia Remix]
What Happens Next? / Way Back When (feat. Lafawndah) [Lafawndah Remix]
Nature or Nurture? / Am I Built Like This? (feat. Jelani Blackman & Ghetts) [U.N.K.L.E. Remix]
Stranger In The Night (feat. Arlo Parks) [India Jordan Remix]
What Is Love? (feat. Duckwrth & Alysia Nicole Harris) [Future Utopia Remix]

Listen to ‘What Happens Next? / Way Back When (Lafawndah Remix)‘ below:

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