A storming piece of house music...

Groove Armada know how to make you feel good.

Sure, the evergreen production pair may enjoy bringing things down a notch, but Groove Armada are at their best when injecting a little sunshine into their electronics.

'Call Me' initially sneaked its way onto the duo's last album as a dub version, a near ten-minute exploration of aural possibility.

Now the original track is due to gain a full release. Out tomorrow (October 9th) this new version of 'Call Me' is all fluoro-tinged electronics and uplifting vocals, a joyous house belter with just a hint of pop.

Medlar has stepped in on remix duties, delivering a re-work that wouldn't sound out of place in New Jersey '92. Fun and frisky house music, the remix apparently owes its origins to a trip to the Far East.

Here's a cheeky one-liner from Medlar about the remix: "I made it on the Shinkansen (bullet train) between gigs in Tokyo, Kyoto and Lifeforce Festival (Hosono mountains) in Japan..."

Check it out now.

'Call Me' will be released on October 9th. Fancy grabbing Groove Armada's new album 'Little Black Book'? Find it HERE.

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