Look good, feel good with Pat Lok & Party Pupils Latest Release ‘So Fine’

Pat Lok and Party Pupils combine once again for an insatiable feel-good tune that encapsulates that mantra of feeling ‘So Fine’. A future funk-filled upbeat anthem combined with charismatic vocals that pose an irresistible catchline that will undoubtedly blow your mind.  A signature Pat Lok disco feel that will cement ‘So Fine’ as a dancefloor filler or as a soundtrack to hype yourself up for a night on the town. 


On the shared loves that made this collaboration come together, Pat Lok said, “I met Party Pupils in the deepest, darkest chat rooms of the internet and we quickly bonded over a shared love of disco, funk and staring in the mirror. Which happens to be the inspiration for this song, recorded onto iPhone voice memos under a silky duvet.

Pat Lok has been synthesizing the sounds of the future since 2017, boasting over 50 million streams across platforms with his blend of R&B, soul, disco, and house. Tracks such as ‘Might Be on Fire’ and ‘Freefall’ have seen Pat Lok supported by the likes of BBC Radio 1, triple j, SiriusXM, and KCRW, while his ‘Gone Is Yesterday’ project, accompanied by a short film has earned praise from the likes of The Fader, Complex, Billboard, Popdust, Clash, and Mixmag Asia. Beyond being a highly reputable producer, Pat Lok has been sought out to remix heavyweights of the industry such as Duke Dumont, Martin Garrix, SG Lewis, and Dillon Francis. Pat Lok’s weekend-ready stylings blends perfectly with the future funk productions of Party Pupils, whose tracks such as ‘Set Me Free’, ‘Love Me For The Weekend’, and ‘West Coast Tears’ have amassed the collective over 100 million streams across platforms. Together Pat Lok and Party Pupils are no strangers to joining forces to lure heat seekers onto the dancefloor, co-headlining for a North American tour after teaming up for ‘From The Back’ back in 2019 which has since surpassed 1.2 million streams across platforms. The track was premiered by Pete Tong at BBC Radio 1, and also supported by the likes of Billboard and triple j, peaking at #27 on the NACC Electronic Chart.

So Fine’ is out now via Club Sweat.