Get in Line for "Club Heartbreak"

Get in Line for "Club Heartbreak"

Mark Ronson’s “sad banger” inspired album will likely be filled with the next hottest tracks.

Mark Ronson’s “sad banger” inspired album will likely be filled with the next hottest tracks.

Text: Jack Reilly

Beloved producer and DJ Mark Ronson is set to release his newest project, Late Night Feelings. Being the talent behind some of our favorite songs, and having worked with artists like Amy Winehouse, Lady Gaga, and Bruno Mars, we can only expect that it will be all we are listening to this spring. Ronson has already released his hit from the album titled Nothing Breaks like a Heart, which has been on Billboard’s Hot 100 for 12 weeks. The song featuring Miley Cyrus is an undeniable bop and sets the tone for the rest of the album.

Late Night Feelings is inspired by "Club Heartbreak", a DJ night created by Ronson and his friend and fellow artist, The xx’s Romy Madley Croft. Along with the album, he also released a playlist on apple music inspired by the night and some of his personal favorite “SAD BANGERS”. The playlist is compiled of a variety of artists and songs that invite you to dance instead of crying over your ex. Check out the playlist here while you await the album release.

Along with artists Alicia Keys, Yebba, Miley Cyrus, and Camile Cabello, Mark Ronson has also included a song with the insanely talented V117 cover star King Princess, who is the first artist on his new label Zelig Recordings. Aside from their song on the album together titled Pieces of Us, they have also worked together on 1905 and Talia, two songs that have been a huge hit and have been praised for giving the queer community something to relate to and enjoy.

Mark recently won the 2019 Oscar award “Best Original Song” for Shallow from A Star Is Born, and has seven Grammy wins in his pocket since 2008. This will be his fifth album (excluding his original soundtrack for the film Mortdecai), accompanied by the various singles and projects he has collaborated on with several artists. He is clearly an extremely busy man, and we are forever grateful for all the tunes he has provided us with. Head to genius.com to see the tracklist of this much-anticipated album.

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