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Bring Me Back To You
Artist
Franky Wah feat. iiola
Label
Anjunadeep
Catalogue Number
ANJDEE651D
Release Date
November 10, 2021

One of the UK’s biggest breakout dance acts of the past few years, Franky Wah made his Anjunadeep debut earlier this year with ‘Should Have Seen It Coming’, feat. AETHO. The Yorkshireman’s label debut racked up over 30 BBC Radio 1 plays, including a Hottest record accolade from Annie Mac, SiriusXM playlist support, and over 4 million streams in the past 8 months. In 2021 alone, he’s released a string of chart-topping originals, collaborating with some of the biggest names in dance music including Carl Cox, Lee Foss, Cristoph, and Sasha.

Franky Wah now returns, sharing the lead single and title track from his second Anjunadeep EP ‘Bring Me Back To You’, featuring English singer-songwriter iiola. Supported by BBC Introducing and Complex for her solo material, iiola has made a name for herself in recent years, collaborating with Sub Focus and Wilkinson on their UK Dance #1 album ‘Portals’ and supporting acts such as Nina Nesbitt and Saint Raymond.

“‘Bring Me Back To You’ really felt like the perfect follow up to ‘Should Have Seen It Coming’, lyrically, sentimentally, and also because of the message it stands for. iiola and I had been working on a few different records together but she felt like the perfect addition to this track and Anjuna also stood out as the perfect home. I know iiola actually pulled her car over to Shazam ‘Should Have Seen It Coming’ when she first heard it on BBC Radio 1 so it really feels like it’s all come full circle for the both of us,” Franky says.

Digital Track List

  1. 1 Bring Me Back To You 4:17 Buy

    Bring Me Back To You

  2. 2 Bring Me Back To You (Extended Mix) 7:36 Buy

    Bring Me Back To You (Extended Mix)

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