Chromeo release new single and announces new album 'Head Over Heels'

Legendary funk duo Chromeo unveils ‘Must’ve Been’ featuring multi-platinum, Grammy Award-nominated singer DRAM and guitarist Jesse Johnson (Prince, The Time) with a new video. Watch the Dugan O’Neal-directed clip, which traces the two-piece’s decades-spanning friendship above. The track is the latest single from their highly anticipated forthcoming album HEAD OVER HEELS, set for release June 15

‘Must’ve Been’ follows ‘Juice,’ which The Guardian called ‘a jaunty, electro-funk mega-banger,’ and ‘Bedroom Calling’ featuring The-Dream, which Billboard lauded as ‘quite honestly one of the best Chromeo songs we’ve heard in years.’

The upcoming album HEAD OVER HEELS has been recorded over the past two years at Chromeo’s Los Angeles studio and is the group’s most collaborative to date. Bridging generations and sub-genres like only the Funklordz could, it features guest vocals from The-Dream, Stefflon Don, French Montana and Amber Mark, among others, plus musical contributions from neo-soul legend Raphael Saadiq, 2000s R&B mastermind Rodney Jerkins, D’Angelo collaborator Pino Palladino, NY’s Onyx Collective, members of Mtume and Toto and more. Far reaching and expansive, HEAD OVER HEELS is Dave 1 and P-Thugg’s heartfelt love letter to the funk, soul and R&B that influenced them since their teenage years.

Chromeo is the iconic duo of Montreal natives and high school best friends Dave 1 (David Macklovitch) and P-Thugg (Patrick Gemayel). The group rose to prominence with their seminal 2007 release FANCY FOOTWORK, heralding the dawn of the ‘80s electro-funk revival.