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The Soul Movers light-up another fiery new single, and video clip, from their upcoming new album for "Evolution"
- their third album for ABC Music.
Dig a taste of “Hot Sauce”...
A spicy summer electro-disco banger straight out of the 1970s.
Whether you take it poolside or on a pulsing dance floor, prefer the original "Garth Porter" (Sherbet) mix or the "GEM" remix - both tracks have the perfect balance of salty, lime, and spicy salsa - an unstoppable four-on-the-floor
retro-beat you were chasing!
Fun fact: The first live band Murray Cook ever saw (at the Amoco Hall in Orange, NSW) was Sherbet!... Who on earth could predict that thirty-five years later, he would be writing an album with two of those same original members (Garth and Tony) the musicians he first saw rocking out on that big, sparkling stage?
(2021 also being the year The Wiggles celebrate their 30th Anniversary!)
Enjoy the "OG" music video for “Hot Sauce” (dropped Jan 22) fuel-injected with "OG Wiggley" goodness and the coolest "big red car" - adding a shot of Sherbet zing.
For the upcoming GEM re-mix video (drops Feb 19) we have pulled together one of the superstars of our last year's retro Workout Video: “Circles Baby”.
You'll see sensational Holly McGlinchy (AKA blue leotard) become "Rollerwoman" for the magical re-mix by LA-based producer Gem McCormack, daughter of country music legend Rod, who grew up watching The Wiggles and seeing “Uncle Garth” Porter playing guitar around the house with her Dad!
With a ton of silver glitter, and a pumping bass line by Hollywood Hills bass-man "Luxxury" this RE-mix is set to blow up dance-floors the minute folks can pull on some platforms and hit them once again.
In the meantime, funk it up anywhere, time or place you choose!
Fronted by the dynamic Lizzie Mack and her brother in Soul, ex-Red Wiggle Murray Cook, The Soul Movers join forces with the Original Wiggles dancers, and of course, Greg, Jeff, and Anthony, to focus on moving BODIES along with Souls. As the world faces a battle that can only be fought with one, higher power... that of funky DISCO!! "Circles Baby" is designed to get bodies moving and souls UP-lifted!
With a tasty mix of heart-warming retro' soul and funky disco, this workout track - and music clip of the century - combines the power and passion of Greg Page, as Richard Simmons; the man who uplifted a generation of people to become their better selves. Well, it's time to rise up again folks - in the battle against the curve! :)
Stay tuned for more from The Soul Movers come October 9 when their new album "Evolution" hits the stores...
Never seen a live Soul Movers show... ?
Glenn A. Baker captures The Soul Movers' festival set perfectly:
"The Soul Movers have become even more road-hardened since returning from their US adventures. The evidence was on display today at the Newtown Festival, where they delivered a cracking 40-minute set that blew everyone away. In fact, the mosh pit became so animated that it was almost lethal!
Murray Cook and Lizzie Mack have forged an alliance so powerful, so fearsomely funky, that The Soul Movers have become one of the most exciting live bands in the land..."
Available on digital stores + music video
The Harmonie German Club, Canberra
Friday, July 2
Smokey Dan’s - Tomakin, NSW
With Spindrift Sage and Waikaima
Saturday, July 3
The Gov - Governor Hindmarsh, Adelaide
With Heaps Good Friends and Neon Tetra
Saturday, July 24
The Wicko - Newcastle, NSW
Saturday, August 7
The Great Club - Marrickville, NSW
Saturday, August 21
The Rails - Byron Bay, NSW
Friday, September 18
With Bronte Eve + Loose Content
The Zoo - Brisbane, NSW
Saturday, September 19
With Bernadette Novembre and Bronte Eve
The Brass Monkey - Cronulla, NSW
Saturday, September 25
The Heritage Hotel - Bulli, NSW
Saturday, November 13
The Wollombi Music Festival, NSW
Saturday, November 27
Cherry Bar - Melbourne, VIC
Thursday, December 2
With Ivy Streep
Hotel Westwood - Footscray, VIC
Friday, December 3
With Ivy Streep
Elvis Parkes Festival, NSW
5-9, January 2022
Mojo's Bar - Freo, WA
Friday, March 4, 2022
With King Ibis
Nannup Music Festival - WA
5 + 6, March 202