The track that was initially intended for a release through Erick Morillo’s Subliminal Records earlier this year has now come to light as an official representative of the record label of Roger Sanchez – Stealth Records. Following four hotshot collaborations with Avicii, this year’s Snus included, Sebastien Drums is no doubt one of the leading producers of France’s House music export. With belters like the hard-lined take on Faking Love and a funky remix for Let’s Get It On making partly up Drums’ output this year, the Frenchman returns to shed light on his preference of the classic sounds of French house in his upcoming release on Stealth as the title – French Rules – evidently enacts. Unfolding a vocal from the vocalist behind David Guetta and Afrojack’s Louder Than Words – Niles Mason – to hover atop the lead’s blistering grooves and disco-like vibes, French Rules is the next offering to help fuel the return of disco-house.
‘French Rules’ is set for release on January 17th via Stealth in a package along with a remix from the Budapest-based duo Muzzaik, the two who are well-known for their remix on A Little Louder. Apart from its notably techier structure, the remix has, alike the original, also got that groovy appeal that makes us wanna flash back on the times when bell-bottomed pants were a given and rounds the package off quite nicely.