Above & Beyond's "Sticky Fingers" Now Available

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Heavily supported by Pete Tong on BBC Radio 1, Above & Beyond's latest single "Sticky Fingers" (feat. Alex Vargas) is out now on Anjunabeats/Ultra Records.

A dark, forward-thinking vocal track that is stamped with Above & Beyond's renowned musicality, "Sticky Fingers" is an emotive ride through a relationship's disintegration and the psychological hold that inevitably remains even after its end.

The track is brilliantly embodied by the recently released music video by Kenlon Clark, which draws its own influence from Alfred Hitchcock's Vertigo.

Following on from their club anthem "Hello" earlier this year, "Sticky Fingers" is the band's first electronic release with the arresting male vocalist Alex Vargas, who has quickly become an Above & Beyond staple since their Acoustic project last year.

The original mix of "Sticky Fingers" is accompanied by a radio edit and two remixes, from dreamy deep house talent and recent Pete Tong future star Lane 8 and experimental drum & bass innovator Om Unit, which both recently received A-list worldwide premieres from, respectively, Mixmag and Fact Mag.

Having recently becoming the first British DJs to sell out Madison Square Garden in a matter of hours, Above & Beyond's 2014 is shaping up to be their biggest yet. "Sticky Fingers" is now available worldwide via Anjunabeats/Ultra Records.