Kylie Minogue has taken her collab with Years & Years and handed it over to DJ Jodie Harsh and added that year end magic that we all so desperately need at this absolutely weird time in our lives right now.
With the added beat, banter, and beauty, Kylie leads a group of musical geniuses and melds it into each of their own styles to create a song that can help you turn any surface into a dance floor. A monster hook revolves around the melody and, with Jodie’s help, a new song is reborn.
About ‘A Second to Midnight (Jodie Harsh Remix)’
Pop icon Kylie Minogue and the brilliant Years & Years announce the official remix of their smash hit “A Second to Midnight” with DJ, producer and reigning queen of UK nightlife, Jodie Harsh, which is out now via BMG.
“A Second to Midnight (Jodie Harsh Remix)” is made for the dance floor, perfect to bring in the New Year. The original version, deemed “dazzling” by NME and a “delightful disco fever dream” by Rolling Stone, was the first single to be released from DISCO: Guest List Edition, the new version of Kylie’s record-breaking 2020 release. It also features new track “Can’t Stop Writing Songs About You” with disco legend Gloria Gaynor and single “Kiss of Life” with pop sensation Jessie Ware, which Clash declared as “sheer disco heaven.” DISCO: Guest List Edition also features last year’s hit collaboration with Dua Lipa, as well as an incredible array of remixes of tracks from the original album release.
To conclude a hugely successful year for the pop icon, Kylie will also be joining Years & Years to ring in 2022 with a special performance on New Year’s Eve, as part of BBC’s One’s ‘The Big New Years & Years Eve Party with Kylie and Pet Shop Boys’. Fans can tune in on December 31 on BBC One.
Kylie’s fifteenth studio album DISCO saw her make chart history once more as the first female artist to have a UK No.1 album in five consecutive decades. It was released to widespread acclaim – hailed as “an irresistible tonic to real life. Thank God for Kylie Minogue” by Metro in a 5* review and “the ultimate rescue remedy” by The Observer (4*). DISCO featured lead singles “Magic,” which NME called “an exuberant, horn-fueled romp” and “Say Something,” deemed “a galactic slice of pop music heaven” by i-D.