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Oliver Nelson Feat. River – Changes (Simon Hardy Remix)

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Having racked up over 45 million plays on Soundcloud, more than six No. 1 positions on Hype Machine and over 2.1 million streams on his debut original ‘Found Your Love’ with support from artists such as Kygo, Hayden James, Tensnake, Blonde and more, Oliver Nelson deliver’s his second original release on Perfect Havoc titled ‘Changes’ featuring vocals from fellow Perfect Havoc and Fast Car singer ‘River’ from South London.

Over the summer of 2015, Oliver hit the U.S. for a debut tour, playing sell out shows including a headline set in New York at the Full Moon Party (Brooklyn Mirage) alongside Tensnake; at San Fran’s summertime Radness Pool Party, and Sound Nightclub in Hollywood. Festival appearances followed at TomorrowWorld in Georgia and FNGRS CRSSD in San Francisco, plus supports slots for the likes of Kygo, Thomas Jack and Hayden James through his 3-month US Tour.

‘Changes’, demonstrates a completely different diversifying production from Oliver, moving away from his well-known usually bright summered nu-disco style, instead, Oliver shows a dark, edgy and what he calls “Deep-Disco” vibe, with a heavier and moody slow tempo feel. Exclusively part of the new Hed Kandi 2017 compilation & our Debut Transmission today, Changes Featuring River gets remixed Hed Kandi style by Simon Hardy with an uplifting house and disco style.

See Oliver Nelson live on November 5th at Perfect Havoc Disco: London at City Zebrano. Tickets: http://bit.ly/2cf7Ft1

Available to pre-order here: http://smarturl.it/hedkandi17itunes

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