Major Lazer have shared an uplifting video for their recent single with Marcus Mumford, ‘Lay Your Head On Me’ .
The video is directed by Filip Nilsson, who curated a cast of dancers and artists from around the world for a dance-led video, sharing the message to #StayHome and Dance #WithMe.
Featuring 209 dancers across 177 clips filmed in 28 countries, the video has been released in celebration of Earth Day, and a fundraising link appears on its YouTube page for the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund for WHO.
Major Lazer have officially shared their remix of The Weeknd’s ‘Blinding Lights’.
After teasing the remix during their A Very Lazer Sunday live stream a few weeks ago, the Diplo-lead group have dropped a steamy reggaeton rework of the synth pop-inspired original mix, which appears on Canadian star’s recent album, ‘After Hours’.
Check it out below.
Not one to rest on his laurels, Diplo is using his time in self-isolation to finish work on the next Major Lazer album.
Diplo has teased a Major Lazer remix of The Weeknd.
Following the restrictions put in place around the globe due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Diplo has been streaming a new series, A Very Lazer Sunday, each week via Major Lazer's Youtube channel.
On the latest episode, Week 2, Diplo teased a remix of The Weeknd's 'Blinding Lights', a track from the latter's recently released album, 'After Hours'. A clip of the track was subsequently shared by Reddit user giobennati.
Major Lazer have revealed 'Lay Your Head On Me', a new collaboration with Marcus Mumford and co-write with MØ.
The collaboration - Mumford's first-ever - was announced on Tuesday, following the group's announcement of a new weekly 'A Very Lazer Sunday' mix series, and is today Annie Mac's Hottest Record In The World on BBC Radio 1.
Major Lazer have announced a new weekly mix series.
Following the coronavirus, or COVID-19, outbreak, artists have been live streaming and finding new ways to deliver content to their fans.
Last weekend, DJ and producer Diplo streamed the very first A Very Lazer Sunday, following the postponement of the Major Lazer Soundsystem City Takeovers due to take place in March and April.
Diplo has shared that he will live stream sets during self-imposted quarantine.
Following the cancellation of shows during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, US artist Diplo revealed he will be hosting live streams from his house, after sharing a Saturday night ambient set alongside Rhye and Secular Sabbath from his home on Saturday (14th).
Speaking about the project, after dubbing it Corona Sabbath, Diplo said: "While we’re all in self-imposed quarantine and I’m grounded from playing shows I am going to get creative and make up random sets and shows live from my house."
Major Lazer will perform a handful of intimate shows in Europe and the UK next month.
Following the surprise drop of their 'Soca Storm' EP in January, Major Lazer have now revealed a five day, 14-show marathon tour across Europe and the UK.
Major Lazer have surprise released a new EP.
Titled 'Soca Storm', it takes in three brand new songs from the trio, 'Wet It Up', 'King of the Party', and the title track. The latter two feature soca singer Mr. Killa, while 'Wet It Up' takes in guest vocals from another soca artist, Zeek.
The tracks have featured in recent Major Lazer sets and the release of 'Soca Storm' marks the first time they've been made available for streaming.
The release of the EP comes ahead of a final album from the trio which is due later this year before they disband at the end of 2020.