WINNETKA BOWLING LEAGUE AND MIDNIGHT KIDS REUNITE FOR “CONGRATULATIONS” REMIX

WINNETKA BOWLING LEAGUE AND MIDNIGHT KIDS REUNITE
FOR “CONGRATULATIONS” REMIX


Winnetka Bowling League have reunited with Midnight Kids for a remix of their latest single and EP title track “Congratulations.”

Winnetka Bowling League’s lead singer, songwriter and producer Matthew Koma has previously collaborated with production duo Midnight Kids on “Serious” and for a remix of Koma’s “Hard to Love.”

Matthew Koma said: “We knew when we wanted a remix for ‘Congratulations’ that we had to ask the best hair in dance music to be involved. For some dry shampoo and an avocado mask, the Midnight Kids agreed and did an okay job.”

At the end of 2020, Winnetka Bowling League released a cheerful video for “Congratulations.”  Watch it below.

CONGRATULATIONS was written and produced by Koma, an award-winning performer, songwriter and producer who has worked with a diverse range of artists including Bruce Springsteen, Tiësto, Ryan Tedder, Pentatonix, RAC, The Knocks,  Shania Twain, Kelly Clarkson and more.


Buy/Stream CONGRATULATIONS EP: 
 https://smarturl.it/wblxcongratulations

What the Press is Saying about Winnetka Bowling League:

“Winnetka Bowling League continues to roll out hands-in-the-air pop/rock anthems at an alarming rate.” – Idolator

“Crack open a cold one and enjoy those late-August-worthy guitar vibes.” – Billboard

“Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Matthew Koma is raw and honest, possessing a dry sense of humor that is reflected in both his songs and his mannerisms. Coming from punk rock roots and branching out into hip hop and EDM, his new band, Winnetka Bowling League, is the perfect pairing of deep lyrical content and alternative rock melodies.” 
– V Magazine

“…infectious, hook-laden songs” – The Ringer

“”Los Angeles’ Winnetka Bowling League makes music that sounds as good on indie rock playlists as it would on alternative radio. …from the hooky synth lead to a chorus that leaps out of the speakers. Winnetka Bowling League are a band that’s easy to imagine finding big audiences…”
– Uproxx

“[“On The 5” is] an undeniably anthemic pop song …it certainly sounds like a hit.” – The Los Angeles Times


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