Saucy Monky reveal single details

Saucy Monky have released 'Touch Yourself' as the second UK single from their acclaimed album Turbulence.

The single package includes a new remix, by Jeremy Ruzumna (the J.Ruzumna rub-down mix). Ruzumna is a songwriting partner of Macy Gray, who also played on Turbulence.

Already the single has been A-listed by a number of stations in the UK, including UCA Radio in Ayr, where it is No.5 in the station chart, Surge in Southampton where it is also in the station top 20, Fen Radio, where it is Single of the Week and Burn FM in Birmingham. The single, a cover of the Divinyls hit, has been playlisted on 14 stations, in all, to date in the UK.

The band have just swung back into live action in the US, with a date at Molly Malone's in Los Angeles. Meanwhile, 'Boyz', also from Turbulence has been included in the new Drake and Josh Go Hollywood film. And 'Permanent Midnite', from their Celebrity Trash debut has been included in the soundtrack album to Zoey 101, which has been released in the US by Nickleodeon.

 

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