Claptone remixes Faithless ‘Innadadance’ ft Soul II Soul’s Jazzie B & Suli Breaks

Global superstar Claptone produces a warm, bass-infused piano house update of Faithless ‘Innadadance’ ft Soul II Soul’s Jazzie B & Suli Breaks – the third single to be taken from the acclaimed Faithless ‘All Blessed’ album. Claptone‘s uplifting, twisted, reworking is the ideal summer soundtrack for the return to clubbing!

The Claptone remix will also appear on the special Digital Deluxe edition of ‘All Blessed’, released on 6 August which features the original album, plus remixes from world-renowned electronic producers including Maceo Plex, Yotto, Alok, Cristoph, Paul Woolford, Meduza, Patrice Bäumel, and Faithless’s Sister Bliss.

On the Claptone remix, Faithless said:

Bringing us straight back onto the dancefloor with a flourish German maestro Claptone bring us a warm piano-infused house interpretation of ‘Innadadance’.  Soul II Soul legend Jazzie B’s vocals intoning over a kinetic fat bassline, joined by Suli Breaks impassioned poetry and a driving groove propel it to an ecstatic euphoric peak.

Claptone said: “It was an absolute honour to have been asked to remix one of the few legendary club music pioneers still writing and producing strong music to date. I feel especially flattered, after I already put my hands on their ‘Bombs’ in 2015 which is one of my personal favourites. But maybe this one turned out even better? Just listen, it’s right there ‘Innadedance’ and it’s only together, so let’s get back on the dancefloor.

Innadadance’ is the third single to be taken from Faithless ‘All Blessed’, their first studio LP in 10 years, out now on BMG and winning rave reviews from press and fans alike. Featuring in several Best Albums Of 2020 lists, ‘All Blessed’ charted at No.6 in the Official Album Chart and No.1 in the Dance Album Chart and No.1 in the Independent Album Chart.

Previous singles ‘Synthesizer’ and ‘I Need Someone’ both received strong support, including BBC Radio play from Pete Tong, Annie Mac, Jo Whiley, Annie Nightingale, Shaun Keaveny, and Nemone. DJs supporting the track included Tiesto, Roger Sanchez, John Digweed, Marco Carola, Claptone, Gabriel & Dresden, and Kryder.

Listen to the track below.