The immediate success of the recently launched George FitzGerald single 'I Can Tell.' has further cemented his position as one of the most talented producers around. With releases on influential labels Hotflush, Aus and Hyepcolour under his belt, I Can Tell (By The Way You Move) welcomes him into his new label home of Domino off shoot, Double Six.
We've already seen the video courtesy of Alex Southam and now we have the first of the remixes lined up, and no better way to kick us off than with a contribution from Paul Woolford. The man behind one of this summer's biggest dance tracks with his single 'Untitled' takes the prominence of of his lead piano work and threads it through I Can Tell..., spanning half the track with a steady 1, 2 before the piano relieves us with a descent into the chorus.
The 12" will be available October 21st featuring the original, Paul Woolford and Cyclist remixes.
Catch George at the below dates, with a headline show at London's XOYO on October 25th.
14/09 - The Zoo Project - Ibiza, Spain
21/09 - Mint Festival - Leeds, UK
23/09 - Sankeys - Ibiza, Spain
28/09 - Verboten - New York, NY USA
29/09 - TommorrowWorld - Atlanta, GA USA
04/10 - Le Sucre - Lyon, France
11/10 - Warehouse Project - Manchester, UK
18/10 - Toffler - Rotterdam, Netherlands
19/10 - Motion - Bristol, UK
25/10 - XOYO - London, UK
26/10 - Ocean Scene Boat - Southampton, UK
03/11 - Golden Pudel - Hamburg, Germany
08/11 - Plug - Sheffield, UK
09/11 - Astoria - Portsmouth, UK
16/11 - Panorama Bar - Berlin, Germany
22/11 - Warehouse Project - Manchester, UK
29/11 - Stealth - Nottingham, UK
30/11 - The Warehouse - Leeds, UK
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