To start the week off right and rekindle our affinity with late night dance parties and boozy weekends, Brooklyn-based dance-funk group, French Horn Rebellion, and electronic house artist, Viceroy, are premiering their latest track "Friday Nights."
The song is fundamentally about a bromance gone sour. "It's essentially like, ok, you know when I see you everyday of the week we're doing stuff everyday like we have dinner or we'll go sip on margs, but every Friday night you're just gone," Robert Perlick-Molinari, the French horn player in French Horn Rebellion, told The Huffington Post in a phone interview.
But Viceroy and French Horn's latest song encourage you to just shrug it off and get your groove on, even if that is minus your favorite "bro." Infused with layered synth and disco dance beats, this collaboration is a sure-fire way to usher in warmer weather. Viceroy brings the sunshine with elements of tropical house, but that's no surprise coming from someone who's motto is “Summertime, All The Time.”
Be the first to listen to the exclusive new track "Friday Nights" here:
Catch French Horn Rebellion at their new dance party residency at Brooklyn Bowl beginning April 19.