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Moon Boots (Pete Dougherty) teams up with long-term collaborator and talented vocalist Nic Hanson on ‘Take Me To Your Body’.

Filmed in Above & Beyond’s stunning studio, the duo perform a stripped-down version of their track.

A bright, seductive house jam with echoes of the Neptunes and New Jack Swing”, ‘Take Me To Your Body’ is reminiscent of balearic styles in its warm chords and airy staccato synths. Playful and fun, the track is accompanied by Hanson’s pitch-perfect delivery, singing flirtatious lyrics like “All I want is to feel / The kind of loving that’s for real / So baby let me whisper in your ear”.

Release date: 18th November 2022

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