Tonight (The Big Pink song)

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"Tonight"
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Single by The Big Pink
from the album A Brief History of Love
ReleasedApril 26, 2010
RecordedThe Pool, Miloco Studios, London
Length3:05 (radio edit)
3:35 (album version)
3:40 (single version)
Label 4AD (AD 3X19)
Songwriter(s) Milo Cordell, Robbie Furze, Paul Epworth
Producer(s) Paul Epworth
The Big Pink singles chronology
"Velvet"
(2010)
"Tonight"
(2010)

"Tonight" is the third proper single from The Big Pink's debut album A Brief History of Love , and their fifth single overall. "Tonight" was released on 7" vinyl and as a digital download on April 26, 2010. The single features a new recording of "Tonight," produced by Paul Epworth (who also receives writing credit on this version of the song), and the band's cover of the Beyoncé song "Sweet Dreams" as the B-side. [1] The single comes packaged in a fold-out sleeve with a coloured elastic band as well.

Contents

Following the single's release, a digital download-only EP featuring exclusive remixes by underground DJs and independent artists was made available on the band's website for free. [2]

Track listing

7" vinyl (AD 3X19) and download
  1. "Tonight" (Single Version) – 3:40
  2. "Sweet Dreams" – 4:45
Remix EP
  1. "Tonight" (Coyote Clean Up Dirty Dub) – 5:35
  2. "Tonight" (Ghost Hunter Remix) – 4:43
  3. "Tonight" (oOoOO 2NITERMX) – 4:12
  4. "Tonight" (Von Haze Remix) – 4:05

Credits

  1. "Tonight" (Single Version)
    • Written by Robbie Furze, Milo Cordell, and Paul Epworth.
    • Produced by Paul Epworth at The Pool, Miloco Studios, London.
    • Mixed at The Yard, Miloco Studios, by Alex "Lexxx" Dromgoole.
    • Valentine Fillol-Cordier – backing vocals.
    • Chris Pendegast – drums.
  2. "Sweet Dreams"

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References

  1. 4AD - The Big Pink - Tonight
  2. Pitchfork: The Big Pink Release Free Remix EP