Melbourne’s very own LRMEO and French producers Juicy Cola have reinvigorated Flight Facilities’ multi-platinum hit ‘Crave You’ into a dark and brooding banger. ‘Crave You’ has evoked sensual romance in clubs, festivals, and parties around the world, now in 2021, it’s time to renew your vows to ‘Crave You’ with LRMEO & Juicy Cola’s electro house marriage. The flirtatious thumper breathes renewed love for the record, as it entices you to the dance floor.
“I have always loved the original by Flight Facilities and Giselle so when the French boys Juicy Cola sent through the vocal I knew instantly I wanted to turn it into a dark, eerie mid-tempo vibe, but still keep the strong feeling of the original.” – LRMEO
2020 saw Flight Facilities’ most coveted record, ‘Crave You’ turn 10. Being one of Australia’s greatest dance records with 172 million streams across the official original/remixes/covers, the original record gained massive acclaim, reaching #19 on triple j‘s Hottest 100 of 2010, and in 2015 was listed at number #24 in InTheMix’s ‘100 Greatest Australian Dance Tracks of All Time’.
Emerging out of Melbourne, Australia, producer, DJ and songwriter LRMEO (pronounced ler-me-o), is on the cusp of a new musical journey. Combing uplifting, melodic production with pop-inspired vocals, LRMEO has crafted a sound that is made for dancing. His previous release ‘Love Lockdown’ earned him over 3 million streams on Spotify and gained rave reviews from triple j listeners and DJs alike.
Juicy Cola is a duo of Parisian producers whose colourful chill house universe fits perfectly within the summer landscape. These guys are more than just producers; they are two artists who have forged a solid friendship over years of collaborative work. After multiple releases where the two artists explored the depths of chill-emotive house music, they saw their careers fast-tracked with their single ‘Young & Wild’, a sexy and powerful track written by Koa. Their remix of French rapper Luidji’s ‘GiseĚle’ gained over 2 million streams on Spotify and had strong editorial support across some major playlists – namely, Golden Hour, Made Indie France and Apeěro.
Over the past year, LRMEO and Juicy Cola have racked up their own success count, with their new remake of ‘Crave You’ marked as another tally for their triumphant rise in the scene.