SG Lewis Is Burning Up On The Dance Floor With Charlotte Day Wilson & Channel Tres On 'Fever Dreamer'

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It seems like it was just yesterday that SG Lewis was giving us his debut album times. However, it's been almost two years since its arrival, and he's already on the brink of releasing his follow up album AudioLust & HigherLove. We've heard some of what he's got to offer with singles "Vibe Like This" and "Lifetime." But before the set arrives later this month, he's linking up with singer Charlotte Day Wilson and Channel Tres for the dance floor-filler "Fever Dreamer."

"Fever Dreamer" is a disco-inspired dance number built upon slick bass and haunting synth chords. It's a perfect space for Charlotte Day Wilson to show off what her vocals can do on a dance track as opposed the dramatic ballads for which she's become known. Her voice floats sweetly over the electric groove, making us want to get out of our seats. Channel Tres then shows up to deliver a smoothly paced rap over glittering production, with his baritone helping to transfix the listener as the groove further sweeps us in.

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"'Fever Dreamer' is the last taste of AudioLust & HigherLove before its release in 17 days, and a song about all-consuming admiration for someone," SG said about the song in a press statement. "I've been a fan of Charlotte’s music for ages now, and have wanted to work on something forever. We met up at my studio in LA, and 'Fever Dreamer' was the first idea we started work on. Channel and I work out of the same studios in LA a lot, and he was working in the room above around the time of the Charlotte session. One day he popped his head into the studio, heard the demo of 'Fever Dreamer,' and immediately started working on the missing second verse."

AudioLust & HigherLove is set to drop on January 27th, with pre-orders for the set available now. Before you make sure you secure your copy before the set's arrival, get into the stream of "Fever Dreamer" and its mesmerizing visualizer when you press play below.

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