After the success of ‘Rhymes’, Hannah Wants and Chris Lorenzo’s dance floor track now has video accompaniment in the shape of a retro-styled homage to the ‘70s, a provocative tongue-in-cheek visual, directed by London-based Ivana Bobic. Featuring on Annie Mac’s AMP 2014 compilation and championed by the lady herself, ‘Rhymes’ has possibly become one of the biggest club track’s of the year since its release, having garnered over 700,000 plays on Soundcloud in the last month alone.
Over the last three years, Hannah has risen to the centre of a scene that is fast going global. Her high-octane delivery behind the decks has made her more popular, with summer residencies at Amnesia, Ibiza and headlining slots at some of the world’s biggest dance events.
Both hailing from Birmingham, their recent releases on Dirtybird Records and Food Music has grown their status as DJ/producers, with their sleek, garage-flecked, rubbery bassline sound also catching the attention of players such as Claude VonStroke, Eats Everything and Shadow Child.
Chris Lorenzo, one half of Cause and Affect, is a key exponent of Jackin’ house. As a testament to the global growth of his sound, in 2014 Chris collaborated with Grammy awarding winning Skrillex and played B2B with Steve Aoki at his Aoki’s Playhouse residency at Pacha, Ibiza.
It’s out 25 January 2015 on Virgin EMI, check it out below.