Transporting audiences away from the original’s warm, ambient atmosphere, Patrick Holland arrives with a club-ready rendition of “Love Is All We Share,” repurposing the track’s sentiment into a body-moving yearning and the dance floor comfort that Cut Copy enthusiasts have been seeking worldwide. A stark contrast in tempo and pace, Holland expertly propels the re-imagination into the dance realm with tinges of welcome techno beats and layered production.
Based out of Montreal, Patrick Holland has released music over the years under a variety of aliases, most notably Project Pablo & Jump Source. While also running a string of labels, ASL Singles Club, SOBO and his own personal imprint Verdicchio Music Publishing, Holland recently released his highly anticipated debut EP, Simstin.
Dan Whitford on the remix: “I’ve been a fan of Patrick Holland’s work for a while now under his Project Pablo alias and now, emerging under his own name. When we received his remix of ‘Love is All We Share’ it felt like something special; Taking the emotive qualities of the original song and reshaping it as a euphoric house jam. It’s not easy finding a track that works seamlessly in a DJ set yet also still feels like an actual ’song’ that you could listen to at home, and I love that this remix feels right in either context.”
“Love Is All We Share” is the first taste of new music since 2017’s highly acclaimed Haiku From Zero, which was named Double J Feature Album and rounded out the fifth full length from the bands’ prolific catalogue. Born from a bedroom recording project by Whitford, and expanding to a full-fledged band with guitarist Tim Hoey, drummer Mitchell Scott, and bass player Ben Browning, Cut Copy’s output has stood the test of time. Despite almost three years having passed since we last heard from the adored band, “Love Is All We Share” is a track that comes at a time we need it most. Now with a thumping remix from Patrick Holland to pick up the pace, Cut Copy fans can get the best of both worlds from the beloved act.