Since releasing his ‘Danceteria EP‘, the Bronx-born Italian American, who goes by Fiorious, found himself gaining attention and support from the likes of MTV, BBC Radio 1, and Annie Mac. Fiorious, more ready than ever to start 2016 off fresh, is back with a brand new lead single off his upcoming sophomore album, “No Immunity.”
Fiorious linked up with Italy’s house heavyweight Scuola Furano, where the two found themselves inspired by old records from the Pet Shop Boys, Sylvester, and Bronki Beat. “No Immunity” is a gay breakup anthem that evokes the feeling of loneliness and heartbreak, but don’t get it twisted, this tune is anything but depressing. Fiorious puts a modern spin on a sophisticated, aching disco-pop and soulful gold-age house track that is guarenteed to get the dancefloor grooving.
Dropping January 29th, the ‘No Immunity’ EP is compiled with quite an impressive roster. New Yorker’s favorite disco DJ, Eli Escobar, puts his own spin on the track creating a sexy shimmering after-house house dub rework. Where as LA-born/Berlin-based Steve Huerta, revamps Fiorious soulful vocals, to produce a uplifting infectious deep house tune full of plucky new wave synths.