Love Sublime


  • This single from Tensnake's Glow album features vocals by Fiora. The Australian singer-songwriter is best known for co-writing the track "Broken Pieces" for the band Apocalyptica and collaborating with Armin Van Buuren on his song "Waiting for the Night."
  • Tensnake told MTV News the song is an "homage to the good times." He added: "It's referring to the days of disco where it's no worries, just dance and feel good. That was the inspiration."
  • The song features disco guitar from Nile Rodgers. "He's just a legend, really," Tensake commented to MTV News. "There's nobody else who has produced that many hit records in the past, from David Bowie to Madonna... which was also commercially very successful. Apart from that he's a very nice person. He's very grounded; he makes it easy for you to be around him. You don't have to be very nervous."


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