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Live Review: Cut Copy shares Patrick Holland (Project Pablo) remix of 'Love Is All We Share'

26 May 2020 | 3:01 pm | Emma Jones

Cut Copy's first single in nearly three years has now been gifted the remix treatment by none other than Patrick Holland (Project Pablo).

We were extremely excited to see Cut Copy back with new music earlier this month, and now the dance legends have gifted another release for us to jam straight into our ears. Tapping none other than Patrick Holland (previously known as Project Pablo) for remix duties, he's taken over Cut Copy's latest release, 'Love Is All We Share' for a very special rework indeed.

What was originally a transportive, ambient cut from the living icons of Cut Copy has been turned into a warm techno cut with intricately layered production synonymous with Holland's previous work. It's the perfect marriage of the stunning emotionality of the original, but custom-made for a hands up and eyes closed moment in a club (or bedroom rave for socially distanced times).

Frontman Dan Whitford said, "I’ve been a fan of Patrick Holland's work for a while now under his Project Pablo alias and now, emerging under his own name."

"When we received his remix of 'Love is All We Share' it felt like something special; Taking the emotive qualities of the original song and reshaping it as a euphoric house jam. It’s not easy finding a track that works seamlessly in a DJ set yet also still feels like an actual ’song’ that you could listen to at home, and I love that this remix feels right in either context."

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'Love Is All We Share' is the first new music we've had from Cut Copy since their 2017 record, Haiku From Zero. It comes as an absolutely vital release given its timeliness and the special message within the song, and now we're able to enjoy it from a different albeit still emotionally-charged perspective. Hopefully there is still plenty more where this came from!

Words by Emma Jones

Image: Supplied