Won't Look Back

Album: The Blasé Boys Club, Part 1 (2014)
Charted: 2
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  • This amalgamation of UK garage and house is another Duke Dumont reinterpretation of the dance sounds of the 1990s for 2014 audiences. The song was co-penned by Naomi Miller of the gospel group Urban Voices Collective. The vocalist has also sung on Paloma Faith's Fall to Grace and A Perfect Contradiction albums.
  • The larger-than-life vocals are provided by Yolanda Quartey, who is a member of the Bristolian country/soul band Phantom Limb. She previously sung on the chorus of Chase & Status' "Blind Faith" and was the main vocalist on Sub Focus' "Turn Back Time."

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  • Rene Napoli from West Hollywood CaliforniaYolanda Quartey is OUTSTANDING. One of the best music videos I have ever worked on. GREAT stunts, great production crew. Best of times.
  • Rene Napoli from West Hollywood CaliforniaOne of the best songs. Duke Dumont and his production crew are one of the best people I have ever worked with. This is the coolest music video ever.
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