Girls of the Internet bring together synthesizers and drum machines with live instruments and real vocalists, with the hope of relieving electronic music’s dependence on sampling uncredited and unpaid musicians and singers.

Following their debut single on Classic Records, and collaborations with Chicago vocalist Peven Everett, and Natalie Maddix of the House Gospel Choir, Girls of the Internet are back with a new single. Remember My Name is a collaboration with unsung British Soul diva Linda Muriel. Linda was an original member of Acid Jazz mainstays Incognito and The Brand New Heavies. At the point both bands were about to blow up, she was diagnosed with a brain tumor and lost her voice for two years. Linda was forgotten by the industry by the time she recovered and her voice returned, but she remained a fierce singer and powerful songwriter.

In support of the release, out now, Girls of the Internet have shared a rare live edit, available now via the WeTransfer button below—or here for EU readers due to temporary GDPR restrictions. 

More singles from Girls of the Internet are scheduled for the summer, and work has begun on their debut album.