Hear Dan Sultan’s new duet with Gang Of Youths’ David Le'aupepe
It’s turning out to be a pretty busy year for the great Dan Sultan. Not only is he out on a massive solo tour and playing some huge band shows as a part of Bluesfest, WOMADelaide and the Taronga Zoo, he’s just announced the release of an exciting new EP, Killer (Live Under A Blood Moon).
The EP sees Sultan reimagine some of the best songs from his excellent 2017 album Killer with help from some very talented friends.
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The likes of Meg Mac, Camp Cope and A.B. Original are all on board, though our first taste of it sees Sultan team up with man of the moment David Le'aupepe from Gang Of Youths.
They team up for ‘Drover’, the powerful opener to Killer that is something of a prequel to the Paul Kelly and Kev Carmody classic ‘From Little Things Big Things Grow’. Hear the song, which Zan Rowe premiered on Double J this morning, right here.
Sultan apparently worked closely with each of the featured artists to pull apart the song and bring their unique perspective to the track. The EP ends with a couple of previously unheard bonus tracks, just in case you weren't already sold by the star-studded line up of the first four tracks.
Find out how it all came together when its released on Friday 18 May.
Track list is as follows:
‘Reaction’ (ft. Meg Mac)
‘Drover’ (ft. David Le'aupepe from Gang Of Youths)
‘Killer’ (ft. Camp Cope)
‘Kingdom’ (ft. A.B. Original)