Filthy Dukes hit Creamfields main stage, luring the crowd with their electro hit ‘Messages’ and banishing away a spell of rain.
Then they took the tempo down a notch with the title track of their album ‘Nonsense In The Dark,’ the original vocals laid down by Orlando of the Maccabees.
The London trio have played 30 festival dates this Summer and are set to re-release Tupac Club Rock and remix Ian Brown’s ‘Stellify.’
TUPAC ROBOT CLUB ROCK has been adopted by Annie Mac on Radio 1 as her Hottest Record in the World Right Now. The Filthy Dukes have recorded a brand new version featuring Wiley.
Originally released as a limited edition last year Tupac Robot Club Rock will be released with an exclusive version with Wiley and a new ‘Kill Em All, Let Wiley Sort It Out’ remix by the band and a ‘Drums of Death’ remix on 28th September.
The single will also feature new mixes by Dynamite MC and Plastic Little.