Duran Duran teams up with Giorgio Moroder for new single “Tonight United”
Duran Duran teams up with disco legend Giorgio Moroder for new song “Tonight United”, the latest single from the band’s upcoming LP Future Past.
“Giorgio Moroder, Duran Duran… it’s music for a reforming world,” leader Simon Le Bon said of the collaboration in a statement.
“Tonight United” will also be the theme song for Global Citizen’s September 25 concert in London, where Duran Duran, Kylie Minogue, Nile Rodgers and Chic and others are scheduled to perform.
that of Duran Duran Future Past, their 15th studio album, arrives October 22. The LP also features collaborations with producer Mark Ronson, Lykke Li, Tove Lo, David Bowie keyboardist Mick Garson, CHAI and Graham Coxon of Blur (“More Joy”), as well as recent singles “Invisible” and “Anniversary. “. The album was recorded at studios in Los Angeles and London before the pandemic.
“When we first entered the studio at the end of 2018, I was trying to persuade the guys that all we had to do was write a couple of songs for an EP,” Le Bon said of the LP. . “Four days later, with the core of over 25 strong songs in the box, all of which deserved development, I realized we would be here for the long haul, but that was before Covid. So here we are in 2021 with our 15th studio album, Future Past, pulling on the leash.
Duran Duran will also headline the Austin City Limits Festival on October 3.