Steve Mac set to drop second single from ‘Bless This Acid House’ album, featuring Robert Owens
Steve Mac releases the second single from his forthcoming album Bless This Acid House this week, which sees the Jack Said What co-label head teaming up with house legend Robert Owens.
The track, One Day, is released on 22 February, and is backed by remixes by Luca LeBleu and ITHURTZ.
Best known for his work with Fingers Inc, Chicago native Owens is considered one of house music’s great vocalists, on tracks such as I’ll Be Your Friend, Bring Down The Walls and the Frankie Knuckles/Satoshi Tomiie classic Tears.
Steve Mac’s forthcoming album, Bless This Acid House, will follow in late spring, and features collaborations with iconic house figures Marshall Jefferson, E-Raze, Sleezy D, Danny Rampling and others, as well as a tie-up with author and Jack Said What stablemate Irvine Welsh.
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You can pre-save One Dayhere.
The next release on Jack Said What (after @MonkeymafiaJC ) is ‘One Day’ by @mrstevemac & #RobertOwens.— Jack Said What (@Jack_said_what) February 10, 2023
This future classic has shot straight to No.1 in the @traxsource Weekend Weapons chart – check it out via the link below. @IrvineWelsh@CarlLobenhttps://t.co/OGcrDoTxjH