Simply Red Reveal ‘Tonight (0AM Mix)’ – ‘Blue Eyed Soul’ Now On BMG – 2020 Autumn UK Tour On Sale Now

With a huge Autumn 2020 tour announced, Simply Red today release a new (0AM Mix) of ‘Tonight’. The track is taken from their 12th studio album, ‘Blue Eyed Soul’, which came out last year on BMG. Produced by Andy Wright, and remixed by Brazilian tropical house duo 0AM, the piano driven funk version of the track is a horn filled take on the album’s original tender ballad.

Listen to ‘Tonight (0AM Mix)’ here.

Simply Red play the following UK dates. Tickets on sale now from MyTicket.


Tues 6th   NEWCASTLE, Utilita Arena
Wed 7th   HULL, Bonus Arena
Fri 9th    GLASGOW, SSE Hydro
Sat 10th   LEEDS, First Direct Arena
Sun 11th    LIVERPOOL, M&S Bank Arena
Tues 13th   DUBLIN, 3Arena
Fri 16th    BIRMINGHAM, Resorts World Arena
Sat 17th   MANCHESTER, Arena
Sun 18th   NOTTINGHAM, Motorpoint Arena
Tues 20th   CARDIFF, Motorpoint Arena
Wed 21st   BRIGHTON, Centre
Fri 23rd   BOURNEMOUTH, International Centre
Sat 24th   LONDON, The O2
Sun 25th   LONDON, The O2

Recorded in London at British Grove Studios, all ten tracks of ‘Blue Eyed Soul’ were written by Mick Hucknall and produced by long time collaborator Andy Wright.

The results are simply sensational. Recorded as live, with few overdubs, ‘Blue Eyed Soul’ drew on inspiration from classic funk and soul: Isaac Hayes, Curtis Mayfield, James Brown, Bobby ‘Blue’ Bland and Tower of Power.

Simply Red have over a billion hits on YouTube, and have sold over 60 million albums since forming over thirty years ago. Holding back the years indeed.

Find out more about Simply Red from their official website.

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