Feelin' Good

Album: The Dance (2010)
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  • This is a single by British dance music act Faithless, from taken from their sixth studio album The Dance. The song features vocals by British singer Dido who is the sister of Faithless member Rollo.
  • In order to get the song's music video broadcast on UK national television, Faithless, who self-released The Dance and its accompanying singles, joined forces with Fiat to develop a "promercial." Fiat Punto Evo cars featured prominently in the clip, which was funded by the car manufacturer and is the first of it kind. The three-minute promercial was shown in full in a break during Channel 4's Big Brother on August 8, 2010 and was seen by around 2.5 million people. It was later shown in a shortened form on commercial TV stations over the next six weeks.


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