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  • Vasili Papathanasopoulos


The musician has you sorted with some retro grooves!

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Melbourne-based producer and singer-songwriter Mitch Bag recently shared his nostalgia fuelled track, Fake It To A Place. The musician made his debut earlier this year with Green Dragon.

Teaming up with his sister and fellow singer Ollie Olivia, the track conceptually explores the age old idea of faking it till you make it, this time in the context of your state of mind. Bag wants you to leave behind your day-to-day stresses of life, dancing it off to his slick sonic grooves. Built upon an entrancing dance beat, the track is bringing the 70's disco vibes, with Bag and Olivia's vocals working together to create sweet melodic goodness.

Speaking of the release, Bag shares: "Sometimes in life, faking it to a place where you’re not so stressed is the best you can do. I love disco and the drama it embodies, so it felt natural to me for such a painfully personal song to be glamorized into a dance beat frenzy. My sister Ollie Olivia shares my love for disco and she has the perfect voice to create that glistening, disco night-party I always envisioned."

The release arrives alongside a visual that captures the retro sonic realm the musician has been crafting throughout his releases. Bringing all the glamour of 70's fashion, the clip flashes through vignettes of a night out on the town, shady deals and rooftop battles.

Influenced by his fathers career as a disc-jockey, Bag brings a modern approach to disco and techno sonics, fusing the nostalgic sounds within contemporary soundscapes to forge his own path.

Fake It To A Place is out now! Watch the visual below.


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