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Calvin Harris' New Single "Summer" Available Today In The U.S.

"The dance kingpin hits hard with a new solo single." -TIME

NEW YORK, March 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Columbia Records -- Grammy-award winning international DJ, producer and hit songwriter Calvin Harris has just released his new single "Summer," available in the U.S. today: http://smarturl.it/CHSummer. Written and produced by Calvin, "Summer" features Calvin himself on vocals for the first time since his multi-million-selling global smash, "Feel So Close."

"Summer" highlights the same unique and vibrant mix of colossal dance beats and soaring scale that Calvin has made his own. The song is preceded by his most recent album, 18 Months. Declared a "hit parade" by Billboard, 18 Months has spawned five RIAA certified singles; in addition to "I Need Your Love" featuring Ellie Goulding and "Let's Go" receiving Platinum certifications, Calvin's chart-topping "Sweet Nothing" featuring Florence Welch of Florence + The Machine and "Feel So Close" have been certified two times Platinum. Calvin's worldwide hit, "We Found Love" featuring Rihanna, has been certified multi-platinum. In total, Calvin has sold over 2 million albums and more than 35 million singles worldwide.

Calvin is confirmed to perform at a handful of festivals this spring and summer around the world including Coachella, Isle of Wright, and T In The Park.

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