October 7 2010
Converse has been releasing some amazing tracks as of late. They recently released the Kid Cudi, Bethany Cosetino of Best Coast, and Rostam Batmanglig summer jam, "All Summer". Before that, there was the Pharrell, Santigold and Julian Casablanca collaboration.
Now Converse is back with a new collaboration featuring Bernard Sumner of Joy Division/New Order, Hot Chip, and Hot City. From Converse website:
To celebrate the creativity and diversity of the UK music scene, Hot Chip, Bernard Sumner and Hot City have collaborated on Didn’t Know What Love Was, an exclusive new track for Converse and will be featuring in an upcoming music video. Keep your ears open for a series of remixes by other UK artists, and check back over the next few weeks for more artist films and information on our Converse music tour.
The collaboration is the start of Converse’s year-long celebration of UK music. A second single, released in January, will feature Paloma Faith, Blur’s Graham Coxon and Bill Rider-Jones, formerly of The Coral, bringing together new acts and musical greats to create something never heard before.
The track is called "I Didn't Know What Love Was"