Single Review: Giorgio Moroder feat. Sia – Deja Vu

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Sia is disco queen on new track with Giorgio Moroder
Giorgio Moroder may not ring a bell if you ask the youth of today, but this man has definitely earned his stripes in music and especially his genre: disco. The Italian producer who worked with Donna Summer on hits like the ground breaking ‘I Feel Love’, ‘Hot Stuff’ and ‘On The Radio’ had huge successes in the seventies, when disco’s popularity was huge. In 2013, he returned to the public eye with a collaboration on the Daft Punk album Random Access Memories. Now he is totally hot again, or as he himself puts it, ’74 is the new 24′. He just launched his new single ‘Deja Vu’ with vocals by one of the most exciting stars of the moment, Sia!

Giorgio Moroder is one lucky guy to be collaborating with some of the biggest stars of the planet at his age (and of course they are more than lucky to work with this disco legend). He not only recently worked with Sia, but also Kylie Minogue, Britney Spears, Kelis, Foxes, Mikky Ekko and Charli XCX contributed to his soon to be released album, also called Deja Vu. ‘Right Here, Right Now’, the song with Kylie, was released earlier this year, but with Sia, he is going for proper world domination and that is exactly what ‘Deja Vu’ could be capable of doing this summer.

‘Deja Vu’ releases the inner disco queen in Sia and that is a moment you don’t want to miss. She sounds incredible on the breezy and soaring chorus that brings out a whole different side to her vocal qualities. ‘Deja Vu’ could be described as a mix of the funky elements of Daft Punk’s ‘Get Lucky’ and the huge chorus of Sia and David Guetta’s ‘Titanium’. As you would expect from any song Sia is on, the build up to the chorus is quite epic and her sweet repetition of the title in the latter part is hypnotic. I can hear this being played on all radio stations and in every club on the sultry spring and summer evenings that are coming our way soon enough.

UPDATE: Video is online now!

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