Mark Ronson’s ‘Don’t Leave Me Lonely’ Receives Remixes: Listen

Mark Ronson

As part of his latest full length album collection of “Sad Bangers” titled Late Night Feelings, Mark Ronson teams up with YEBBA to create the dreamy and emotional “Don’t Leave Me Lonely.”

The RCA Records-released song sees the 24-year-old vocalist singing about the potential fallout resulting from a seemingly impending breakup as she communicates “Tell me baby what’s on your heart?/’Cause I’ve been wandering around in your dark, yeah/ I’ve got way too many questions, always learning lessons/ Loving too hard (loving too hard)” before delivering the hardest blow: “Oh if we fall apart/ Let’s do it in the dark/ Hit me in the heart this time.”

In addition to the original version, “Don’t Leave Me Lonely” receives huge club culture support by way of remixes by highly-respected producer/artists Claptone and Purple Disco Machine as each version turns the album cut into impressive House and Disco editions, respectively, Listen to one of the fresh editions of Mark Ronson and YEBBA’s song below.

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Claptone Hypes Up Debut Album with ‘Dear Life’

Due out this October, ‘Dear Life’ is the first single from Claptone’s debut album Charmer.

Like fellow electronic wunderkinds Daft Punk (from France) and ZHU (North America), the Berlin-based producer keeps his true identity hidden covering his face with a gold mask since the project’s birth.

In addition to his own full length Claptone has worked with Jaw on several releases including ‘No Eyes‘ a year ago and ‘Secret Lover‘ last month.

The international DJ/Producer/Artist is currently on your in Europe but will be making a stop in the states for Electric Zoo Festival in New York City.

Dear Life feat. Jaw (Claptone Night Remix)