You better work! Courtney Act features on new floor-filler Dance Again with Bielfield


After stepping onto the Grammys red carpet last weekend, Courtney Act continues her quest for music superstardom.

The Aussie drag star features on new single Dance Again, which is the latest club anthem from Bielfield – the US born artist with an unprecedented six octave vocal range, currently signed to Sony Music’s Australian label.

The song echoes AlunaGeorge, with its voice distortion trickery, and Oh Wonder’s intertwining male and female voices – but with more bite and energy. It has real floor-filler potential.

“You keep me going / and now I can’t stop thinking/ I never wanna dance again,” she coos.

“If you have Spotify can you please add Dance Again to ur Spotify playlist? Pretty please??!!!” she tweeted.

It is definitely worthy of your time. Help a gal out.

Courtney Act rose to fame in 2003 when she appeared on the first season of American Idol, as reality TV’s first openly queer and gender diverse contestant.

After appearing in musicals down under, she then returned to our screens in Season 6 of RuPaul’s Drag Race and managed to reach the Top 3.

Related: Drag Race’s Courtney Act reveals STI test results after having sex with HIV positive guy

Words Liam Taft



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