Felixity has released her album of remixes titled ‘Love Sick’ Remixed. To go back and re-examine an album can be a daunting task. Hit or miss even. But what we get here is an almost reinvention of sorts, and, at times, a re-writing. Each song sparkles with a new personality while keeping the original visions intact lyrically. think the same scenes of your favorite movie reshot with everything the same except the backdrops and the scenery. That keeps the same vision alive while mixing it up a bit. And, with ‘Love Sick Remixed’, we get just that. What we get is a soul traveling through new bodies.

As of July 3, ‘Love Sick Remixed’ is available across digital platforms, including Apple Music and Spotify.

About Felixity  & ‘Love Sick Remixed’

Amy Winehouse-inspired pop/neo-soul artist Felixity presents her new album ‘Love Sick Remixed’, hot on the trail of releasing her debut ‘Love Sick’ LP, both released via Komplex Recordings.

Taking advantage of the lockdown period, Felixity reached out to such epic music producers as Barry Adamson, Danny Saber, Andy Spaceland, Martin Eden, James Sanger, Drunq, Black Star Liner, Thomas Gloor, David Francolini and Cenzo Townshend, all of whom have come together to remix her original tracks.

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Following up on her single ‘Twisted Love’, Felixity also presents her ‘Live in Lockdown’ video of this song, filmed in London and featuring Melissa Harrison on piano.

‘Love Sick’ is a collection of deeply personal songs that are part confessional, part exorcism, and all infused with Felixity’s extraordinary voice and street-smart lyrics.

“On the whole, this music is a full stop on a part of my life. Written about personal experiences and laid over heavy drums and lots of strings, I wanted people to know that we all feel the same things and the hardest stuff never lasts. I wrote this about my past and the things that have happened. Sex, drugs love and addiction, it’s all in there,” says Felixity.

Featured image by Steve Gullick.