Jake Bugg has shared the Franky Wah remix of track ‘All I Need’.
It follows the song’s official release alongside cinematic short film as well as a Rudimental remix, which dropped at the end of last year.
LISTEN TO THE ‘ALL I NEED (FRANKY WAH REMIX)’ HERE:
The track, produced by multi-award winning producer Steve Mac, follows previous releases ‘Rabbit Hole’ and ‘Saviours of the City’.
In the accompanying short film, starring Jake and produced by long-term collaborators High Art, the song is portrayed visually using the music itself to add colour to the black and white concept, forming a deep connection with the lyrics inspired by personal moments of the different narratives.
The singer said, “All I need is about a moment of satisfaction or clarity. A feeling that comes when you are completely engaged in what you are doing, however you arrived there.”
WATCH THE OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO HERE:
‘All I Need’ is the second official single to be released since last year’s ‘Kiss Like The Sun’, which was co-written with Andrew Watt. The track also marked Jake’s debut offering since signing to RCA Records and showcased a new musical direction for the artist.
Jake embarked on a 9-date sold out UK run of shows last spring prior to lockdown. The live dates followed his November 2019 tour, where he performed at the iconic London venue The Roundhouse as well as played a hometown gig at Nottingham’s Rock City.
With four albums and numerous hit singles already under his belt, ‘All I Need’ further cements an exciting new chapter in Jake Bugg’s music career, with plenty more new tunes still to come.