"Holiday" was released as the lead single from Confidence Man's second album TILT last month, and today (16 December) they've unveiled two remixes of the single - one by Erol Alkan and the other by Bruise.

Erol Alkan said of his remix, "I hadn't spent much time in the studio over the last few years, I hardly had much drive to be creative during lockdown's 18 or so months and looking back I can fully understand why. So it meant that I didn't rework any artists music since 2018. When Jeff Barrett sent me "Holiday", I couldn't say 'no'. It's energy and sentiment were ingredients I wanted to work with, and I've always liked the band. I saw them turn the Scala upside down a few years back and I've been a fan since. I made the rework in a day, I knew exactly what I wanted to create within moments of exploring the multi-tracks. Those mixes which come fast are usually my favourites, and this one is definitely one of them."

TILT will follow Confidence Man's 2018 debut Confident Music For Confident People.

The Erol Alkan and Bruise remixes of "Holiday" are out now. Confidence Man's TILT album will follow on 1 April 2022 via Heavenly Recordings, and is available to pre-order now. They'll play The Forum in London on 5 May 2022. Visit confidenceman.com.au for tickets.