Classic Ibiza may not be visiting Weston Park in Shropshire this summer but USO, who perform at the concert, is releasing Classic Ibiza II – Sundowners & Anthems, featuring tracks performed on the evening. The album is available on all major digital platforms from 30 May 2020.

USO’s Stephen Hussey comments: “The album takes you on a journey through the perfect night in Ibiza, or the perfect night at a Classic Ibiza show. Starting with a sultry rendition of ‘Slip Into Something More Comfortable,’ it builds through soulful house numbers like ‘Missing’ to a moving yet uplifting version of ‘Adagio for Strings.’ The dramatic and emotional themes of these two tracks seem so relevant right now.

“We then enter a whirlwind of some real classics with two medley mash-ups, from The Chemical Brothers’ ‘Hey Boy Hey Girl,’ to Energy 52’s ‘Cafe Del Mar.’ After a fitting tribute to Avicii, the album concludes with the fire and symphonic flair of Darude’s ‘Sandstorm.’”

Classic Ibiza returns to Weston Park on Saturday 17 July 2021.

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