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Exclusive: LZ7 Present The Geekboy Remix Of "Home"

Rebecca Haslam | PopWrapped Author

Rebecca Haslam

06/24/2016 12:23 pm
PopWrapped | Premieres
Exclusive: LZ7 Present The Geekboy Remix Of
Media Courtesy of LZ7UK (Facebook)

Already championed by the likes of Dancing Astronaut, EDM sauce, and YourEDM among others, and with an array of musical influences including Avicii, Skrillex, Pete Tong and Tinie Tempah, LZ7 have worked tirelessly in pursuit of honing their craft and since then, have been making waves in the ever-growing and ever-diverse music world, getting themselves noticed by music fans on both sides of the Atlantic - and rightly so.

With an array of headline and festival shows lined up for the next few weeks, the band will be soon be delighting fans across Europe and Australia while a quick glance at their social media shows they're also heavily in demand in Japan and across the United States - they're most certainly a group with a diverse and wide-spread audience!

As summer gets into full swing and bands around the world continue to entertain the masses and provide them with a soundtrack to which they can enjoy the nice weather (unless you live in the UK where it tends to rain a lot), PopWrapped is delighted to premiere the Geekboy Remix of their track "Home."

Perfect for jamming out to in clubs and dance halls, or dancing round to in your bedroom as you get ready for a cracking night out, the remix offers music fans a refreshing change from the barrage of pointless, repetitive pop-ditties that tend to dominate the charts and the airwaves. While the track itself is a little repetitive and may not be everyone's cup of tea (so to speak),  it fizzes with an energy you can't help but be drawn to and excited by.

Check out the remix below and for more information on LZ7, visit their website, give their page a like on Facebook or follow them on Twitter. Their album Home is available now on itunes.


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