Dance music has all the time been a sly wink towards innuendo, however on Party Pupil's newest single, "Love Me for the Weekend," the longer term funk duo led by MAX get with Ashe to make a compelling argument for carrying your sexuality in your sleeve.
"'Love Me for the Weekend' is about being trustworthy with your self and whoever you're seeking to get pleasure from your self with," Party Pupils tells Billboard Dance in a joint assertion. "It's about feminine empowerment and never being judged for embracing your sexuality."
Party Pupils (fronted by MAX) are shut collaborators and buddies, however that is the duo's first time getting on a observe with Ashe. She's somebody they've needed to work with for some time, since they first heard her on Whethan's "Can't Hide" and fell for her "welcoming and distinctive" voice.
"One of our targets with Party Pupils from the start has been to work with artists we actually love, and Ashe was no exception," the duo continues. "We met within the studio for the very first time simply two months in the past and wrote this tune inside 15 minutes. Her capacity to speak precisely what's in her head, melodically and lyrically, was nearly easy and exquisite to witness."
"Love Me for the Weekend" is a particular win with a danceable groove assured to get you near the one you need. Bust a transfer to this on the dance ground, and also you'll have your sweetheart swooning for positive.
“Working with Ryan and MAX was like working with lengthy misplaced brothers I’ve by no means met earlier than," Ashe says. "We have been already so like-minded in what we needed in life, so what we needed within the music appeared to come back so naturally. love me for the weekend was written in probably an hour or much less; it was our first session ever collectively."
The single is out in every single place Friday, however you'll be able to take heed to it a day early under, solely on Billboard Dance.