Listen to Gold Fields Remix of Chela’s “Romanticise” – EP Forthcoming on Kitsuné on 8/26

In anticipation of her EP release with the French music/fashion tastemakers, Kitsuné, Chela shares the Gold Fields remix of “Romanticise” today with Earmilk. The Australian dance rock quintet gives Chela’s “Romanticise” an uptempo yet chilled out makeover, adding swirling synths that bubble with effervescence. Gold Fields’ take brings a little bit of Australia to the rest of the world with this tropical remix featuring intricately layered percussive elements and synth flourishes, all evoking images of white sandy beaches and outdoor dance parties.

Along with the Gold Fields remix, the Romanticise EP features remixes by Collarbones, Boys Get Hurt, Le Bruce, and Fascinator, out August 26th on Kitsuné. In addition to this release, Chela joins Kitsuné on their Club Night Soleil Mix Tour, while also sharing the stage with Sydney rock ‘n rollers, The Preatures, for a string of exciting live shows in August and September.

Gold Fields also has something to celebrate; In August the quintet brings their Aussie dance rock flavor stateside for a massive 30-date headlining tour with Rush Midnight. Earlier this month, the band announced a Kickstarter and reached out to fans to help bring them back to America. Right now the band’s almost halfway towards achieving their goal of raising $10,000 and every little bit helps, so spread the word! Gold Fields shares their excitement for getting back on the road with an aptly titled America Mix shared with Discobelle. This 12-track mix is everything the band’s had on heavy rotation over the past few months and includes house music all-stars like Julio Bashmore, Waze & Odyssey and Huxley. You can grab the America Mix as a free download off Gold Fields’ Soundcloud.

Chela – “Romanticise” Tracklist:
1. Romanticise
2. Gold Fields remix
3. Collarbones remix
4. Boys Get Hurt remix
5. Le Bruce remix
6. Fascinator remix

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