By way of their appearances in numerous items of popular culture, there are particular dates which have develop into beloved. Subsequent month, for instance, will carry Imply Women Day, due to one line within the film through which Lindsay Lohan’s character declared the day’s date: October 3. Forward of that, although, is a favourite within the realm of foolish music unofficial holidays: Earth, Wind & Hearth Day, which is right this moment.
In fact, the group’s iconic hit “September” begins with the lyric, “Do you bear in mind the 21st night time of September?” To mark the day, the band has shared a brand new model of the tune, the “Eric Kupper Remix,” which they launched in the direction of the tip of final week. The re-work of the tune doesn’t alter a lot (because it shouldn’t) past giving it a stronger four-on-the-floor beat, making the legendary tune one way or the other even simpler to bop to.
The tune initially got here out in 1978, and all these years later, it nonetheless will get followers excited. This morning, the tune trended on Twitter within the US in numerous varieties; As of this publish, 4 of the highest 30 trending subjects are associated to the tune or Earth, Wind & Hearth.
As for the importance of the 21st night time of September, the tune’s co-writer, Maurice White, has defined that there actually isn’t any, saying in a 2014 interview, “We went by way of all of the dates: ‘Do you bear in mind the primary, the second, the third, the fourth…,’ and the one which simply felt the perfect was the 21st. I continually have folks coming as much as me and so they get so excited to know what the importance was. And there’s no significance past it simply sang higher than any of the opposite dates. So… sorry!”
Watch the video for the brand new “September” remix above.