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Denis Coleman x Billen Ted – ‘Tangerine ‘ Out Now






Rising singer-songwriter, Denis Coleman, has teamed up with the chart-topping producer-duo, Billen Ted (Nathan Evan’s ‘Wellerman / Sea Shanty’) to unveil a remix of his 2021 single, ‘Tangerine’, out now via AWAL.  Along with this latest release, Denis has also announced his anticipated second EP, due in October this year.

Listen to ‘Tangerine (Billen Ted remix)’. 

Offering a fresh take on the song, the Billen Ted remix adds acceleration by intermixing high-energy beats, booming basslines and infectious dance-floor drops to create an addictive summer track. Speaking about the remix, Denis says:  “After a couple of days writing with Billen Ted at their studio, I convinced them to remix my new track Tangerine and I am absolutely loving their take on it. Tangerine (Billen Ted Remix) is somehow retro and distinctly modern at the same time, lending a subtle brush of nostalgia to the current mainstream British dance sound. Their funky aesthetic blends with my introspective yet summery lyrics for a catchy, quirky take on the typical summer banger. For the best listening experience, turn it up on your speakers while sipping a drink with a slice of tangerine in it”.  

This year has seen Denis kick off a new musical era, after having already released two new songs this year, ‘Tangerineand Wrong Reasons’He will be releasing his anticipated second EP in October, teasing “On my upcoming EP, everything is a little bit bigger, broader. It’s dreamy in places, manic in others. I’m trying to build a soundscape that’s larger than life, where you can immerse yourself in pure euphoria, blissful nostalgia and aesthetic pain. It  paints every day teenage challenges with vivid, cinematic brushstrokes, and explores timeless philosophical questions through mundane, down-to-earth stories. The EP is preoccupied with friendship, isolation, love, paranoia and the internet, whilst conveying both escapism and our need for it.” 

About Billen Ted

Hailing from London, Billen Ted (Tom Hollings and Sam Brennan) are a fast-rising production and songwriting duo, who found huge success after their remix with 220 Kid of Nathan Evan’s Wellerman (Sea Shanty)’ song topped the UK Singles and Dance charts,  becoming one of the biggest hits of 2021 so far. Billen Ted have also worked with a number of reputable artists including Melanie C, MNEK, Gracey and Mae Muller to name a few. 

About Denis Coleman 

At only 18-years-old, Denis Coleman has already begun to establish himself as a serious contender in music. He began his musical journey when he was 6 years-old,  after he picked up the violin for the first time and didn’t put it down again. Two years later, he developed a flair for writing music and lyrics, and composed music at the world leading conservatoire, London’s  Royal College of Music (RCM) . He continued to develop his craft and his hard work paid off when one of his compositions was selected to be played at London’s iconic venue, The Royal Albert Hall for the BBC Proms

His transition into pop music started in his early teens,  when he won the Open Mic UK Future Music Songwriting Competition with a self-written pop song. Since then, Denis’ pop career has seen impressive milestones, where he boasts supporting credits for the tours and shows of artists including The Vamps, New Hope Club, Why Don’t We and most recently, HRVY’s Global Live Stream at The Royal Albert Hall. He has also released a collection of singles over the years with his 2020 remixed single ‘Make Friends (R3HAB Remix) ’ garnering 1.9 Million Spotify streams and counting, as well as releasing his debut EP ‘Don’t Wait’ during lockdown.  

Denis shows no signs of slowing down, having already released two new singles this year with ‘Tangerine’ and ‘Wrong Reasons’, as well as today’s latest offering ‘Tangerine (Billen Ted Remix’).  Fans can look forward to more music from Denis in the coming months and his second EP in October. 

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