Sunset City team up with Samantha Jade for summer infused jam 'Forget It All'

Teaming up with the stunning Samantha Jade, break-out Gold Coast trio Sunset City are set to release their feel good summer single ‘Forget It All’ on Central Station Records. Dubbed as Australia’s answer to Maroon 5, the trio know how to keep it classy. With their unique blend of pop, funk and electronic, Sunset City are quickly becoming known for their infectious energy, and talent for delivering charismatic records time and time again On the record coming together, Parker explains, “We wanted it to be really light lyrically and just fun all round. We are so excited to have Samantha on this record – her vocals were a perfect fit to match the carefree vibe of the track.” Following the release of their debut single ‘Pockets’, Sunset City have been approached for various collaborations, including a feature on Bombs Away’s hit single ‘Let You Down’, and Ryan Riback for his recent single ‘Papercuts’ – the producer behind Starley’s 4x platinum record ‘Call On Me’. Consisting of Parker Rose, Rob Johnson, and Matt Scully, Sunset City have been capturing the hearts of audiences all over the country. With a tonne of touring over the past 18 months the trio have performed at a range of events and venues including, Suncorp Stadium, the Commonwealth Games, and Surfers Paradise Live.

Pop starlet Samantha Jade has enjoyed a stellar career. To date, she has released 4x albums including her Gold certified self-titled album, earned 6x Platinum single accreditations, and achieved 4 Top 40 radio hits as well as an ARIA award for her smash single ‘Firestarter’. Prior to her feature on ‘Forget It All’, she collaborated with the likes of Stan Walker, Pitbull and Guy Sebastian. Samantha opened for One Direction on their Australian tour, and wrapped her first national headline tour in September 2018.
Sunset City’s ‘Forget It All feat. Samantha Jade’ is out now via Central Station Records. Originally featured here.

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