Live play of stomping disco track appears online
michael baggs
09:02 30th July 2013
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A live recording of a new track by Avicii featuring Nile Rodgers and Adam Lambert has surfaced online. Listen to 'Lay Me Down' below.

Speaking to Digital Spy about the track earlier this week, the Swedish chart-topping DJ described the track as 'very disco' - and boy, is it disco.

With a beat and drive remiscent of Daft Punk, 'ID (Lay Me Down)' is charged by Chic superstars Rodgers' unmistakable and timelessly danceable guitarwork while Adam Lambert bathes the song in some soulful but lively vocals. Expect this to be huge on dancefloors this summer. 

 Listen to 'ID (Lay My Down)' by Avicii featuring Nile Rodgers and Adam Lambert below:

The collaboration is taken from Avicii's upcoming album #True, which is due for release on 17 September. 

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