Calvin Harris drops new song with The Internet’s Steve Lacy

“Live Without Your Love” was initially due out last month.

Calvin Harris has returned with a new song, “Live Without Your Love” featuring Steve Lacy of The Internet.

The track, which was released under the English producer’s Love Regenerator alias, was initially supposed to arrive in June but was postponed in light of the Black Lives Matter movement. “Live Without Your Love” also marks Harris’ debut on the UK house imprint Defected Records.

Over a hypnotic disco- and acid house-inspired beat, Lacy sings about an intoxicating romance that he can’t seem to let go of. “I can’t live without your love / I can’t live without your love,” he sings on the hook. “My mind is always in a rush / Sometimes I love you way too much.”

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“Live Without Your Love” is Harris’ latest Love Regenerator track, following “Give Me Strength” and “Peace Love Happiness.” In April, he teamed up with British house maestro Eli Brown for the two-song EP, Moving. Meanwhile, Lacy dropped his solo debut album Apollo XXI last summer.

Stream “Live Without Your Love” below:

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And check out an extended mix of the collab here:

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