After much hype and anticipation, we’ve patiently awaited release information regarding Thomas Gold’s final single of 2012, “Miao.” Following “Eyes Wide Open” from Phazing, and “The Wave” and “Sing2Me” from Axtone, “Miao” is coming off an unexpected label — Calvin Harris’ Fly Eye Records. While “Miao” has been featured in Gold’s bootleg heavy sets all year, Fly Eye finally took to their Facebook page to reveal the album’s artwork and December 25th release date. The anticipation is due to last only a few more weeks, so preview Thomas Gold’s next original production and keep your eyes peeled for its release.
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