Calvin Harris To Debut New Album ’18 Months’; Listen To Florence Welch Collab ‘Sweet Nothing’

Published On August 28, 2012 | Celebrities, Music News

Calvin Harris has been super busy as of late balancing major concerts and collaborations and on October 29th, things are going to get much busier as the Scottish DJ will release his next album ’18 Months.’

For ’18 Months,’ Harris teamed up with “Kelis Rihanna Example Nicky Romero Ellie Goulding Tinie Tempah Florence Dizzee Rascal Neyo +Ayah” so we can expect another masterpiece.

Harris recently worked with Rihanna on her hit single ‘We Found Love’ and he also remixed Florence + the Machine’s ‘Spectrum,’ which the fans fell in love with.

Speaking of Calvin Harris and Florence + the Machine, his collaborative effort with frontwoman Florence Welch, ‘Sweet Nothing,’ debuted on BBC Radio 1 just hours ago and it’s every bit as addictive as we expected.

Last week (August 23rd), the duo filmed the music video for the track with Florence Welch tweeting, “Arrive at mysterious working mans club for start of ‘sweet nothing ‘vid, glad the queen is here to welcome me.”

Listen To Calvin Harris ‘Sweet Nothing’ Ft. Florence Welch Below:

Photo Credit: Getty Images.

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