Romy “Always Forever”

Romy releases a brand new single ‘Always Forever’. Built around an interpolation of Donna Lewis’ iconic 1996 hit ‘I Love You Always Forever’ and co-produced with Fred again.. and Joy Anonymous, this is a an ecstatic piece of ear worm that sees Romy staking an early claim for song of the season.

Following Mid Air’s release in September 23, Romy has received a host of accolades including recent nominations for the 2024 BRITs (Best Dance Act) and GRAMMY (Best Dance / Electronic Recording) awards. Mid Air was one of 2023’s most rapturously received debuts, described by NME as “extraordinary”, the Wall Street Journal as “one of the year’s best pop records” and by the New Yorker as “one of the most confident dance records of recent years”. The i Newspaper added another five star review, proclaiming the album “a lightning bolt of queer bliss” and Rolling Stone UK celebrated Romy as “a singularly brilliant dance talent in her own right”.

Working alongside producers Fred again.. and Stuart Price, as well as Romy’s bandmate Jamie xx, Mid Air is an album that deals with love, grief, relationships, identity and sexuality and is a love letter to the queer clubs where Romy found community and connection. It’s a coming-out album in a way, although she came out in her personal life a long time ago, but it’s also a coming-through album – through grief and heartache, towards euphoria. Mid Air is an album that unifies dancefloors, distilling Romy’s love of club classics and classic song writing and finding the sweet spot – like much of Romy’s favourite music – between euphoria, escapism, sadness and melancholy.