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RÜFÜS DU SOL Remix Lastlings’ ‘No Time’

Grammy nominated Australian trio RÜFÜS DU SOL have remixed the latest track ‘No Time’ from talented brother-sister duo Lastlings.

With a shared history dating back to 2018, the band discovered the emerging duo early on in their careers and signed them to their tastemaking label Rose Avenue. Since then, RÜFÜS DU SOL has played an integral role in helping to develop and mentor Lastlings as musicians and touring artists, inviting them on their SOLACE World Tour in 2019 and now taking it a step further with a poignant rework of their single ‘No Time’.

‘No Time’ marks just the third remix under the RÜFÜS DU SOL banner for the trio. The band have just returned to the fold after spending the majority of quarantine isolated in Joshua Tree, recharging and working in the studio on their anticipated next project.

The past year has seen incredible and deserved growth for Lastlings, their recent releases have set the standard for this electronic house style. Since signing with Astralwerks, the duo has procured additional reworks of their hit single, ‘Take My Hand’, from influential producers like Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs and Torren Foot. Both ‘Take My Hand’ and ‘No Time’ were influenced by their Japanese heritage, weaving elements of Kazuo Ishiguro’s dystopian novel Never Let Me Go and their favorite anime, Your Name by Makoto Shinkai, into their polished pop songwriting and captivating visuals. With nothing but positivity coming from the duo, you must be bullish on their future.

Lastlings on the remix: “‘No Time’ is one of our favourite songs from our upcoming album, so when we heard our friends and mentors RÜFÜS DU SOL were going to remix it, we were so excited about what they would create. The remix is an amazing journey and we absolutely love it! Eagerly waiting for the moment we’re back together moving to it on a packed dance floor.”

RÜFÜS DU SOL add: “A few years ago when we first met Josh and Amy, they played us the demo for ‘No Time’ among others – we loved it – that bunch of demos was one of the things that pushed us to start the label we’d been talking about for a long time. We’re stoked to be able to put our spin on an already incredible track!”


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