Turn It Up (The Feeling song)

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"Turn It Up"
Single by The Feeling
from the album Join with Us
B-side "Make Me Pay"
"Femme Fatale"
Released 7 July 2008
Format Download, CD, 7" vinyl
Genre Power pop
Length 3:30 (radio edit)
3:52 (album version)
Label Universal
Writer(s) The Feeling
Producer(s) The Feeling
The Feeling singles chronology
"Without You"
(2008)
"Turn It Up"
(2008)
"Join with Us"
(2008)

"Turn It Up" is the third single to be taken from soft rock quintet The Feeling's chart-topping second album, Join with Us. It was confirmed on 16 May 2008 on the band's official website that it would be released digitally on 30 June, with the CD out on 7 July.[1] The single's format details were revealed on The Feeling's website on 29 May 2008. Included are the single itself, a new song, a cover version of Velvet Underground's "Femme Fatale" and two remixes of "Turn It Up".

"Turn It Up" is The Feeling's second-lowest charting single. A reason for this is that it was included on Now 70, which was it was announced that the single would be included on it before this single was released.

The band performed "Turn It Up" on The Graham Norton Show on 5 June 2008 and on The Sunday Night Project on 6 July 2008.

Formats and track listing[edit]

CD single

(Released 14 July 2008)

  1. "Turn It Up" – 3:52
  2. "Make Me Pay" – 4:20
  3. "Femme Fatale" (Velvet Underground cover) – 2:39
  4. "Turn It Up" (Alex Gaudino Remix) – 7:11
  5. "Turn It Up" (Me and Mrs Jones Remix) – 5:42
Coloured 7" vinyl

(Released 14 July 2008)

  1. "Turn It Up" – 3:52
  2. "Make Me Pay" – 4:20
Digital EP

(Released 4 July 2008)

  1. "Turn It Up" – 3:52
  2. "Make Me Pay" – 4:20
  3. "Femme Fatale" – 2:39
  4. "Turn It Up" (Alex Gaudino Remix) – 7:11
  5. "Turn It Up" (Me and Mrs Jones Remix) – 5:42
Digital download

(Released 27 June 2008)

  1. "Turn It Up" (radio edit) – 3:30

Video[edit]

The video was filmed in London on 27 May 2008, and features some of the band's fans, after a competition was run on their website. It premiered on Channel 4's website on 9 June, although it had been played on some music television channels earlier.[2][3] It was edited in Soho, London at several post production facilities including Locomotion and Rushes.

Many have noticed that the video bears a striking resemblance to other music videos namely "Mr. Brightside" by The Killers, "I Write Sins, Not Tragedies" by Panic! at the Disco and "Welcome to the Black Parade" by My Chemical Romance.

Charts[edit]

"Turn It Up" was The Feeling's second lowest single peak position to date, peaking at #67 on the UK Singles Chart, spending two weeks inside the Top 75.

Chart (2008) Peak
position
UK Singles Chart 67 [4]
Irish Singles Chart 89

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