LF SYSTEM’s ‘Afraid To Feel ’is quickly becoming the sound of the summer. After spending three weeks in theUK Top 5, the track has now spent four weeks at#1making it the first UK dance chart-topper sinceJoel Corry’s ‘Head& Heart ’in 2020. It has already exceeded 30 million streams and has been certifiedSilver, while Gold status is well within reach.Blending modernist disco vibes, towering soul vocals playfully reworked fromSilk’s 1979single‘I Can’t Stop (Turning YouOn)’and classic piano house keys,‘Afraid To Feel’ was generating steam long before its official release. It first took off with taste maker support fromJamie Jones,LP Gioppi, Noizu and more, before becoming an airplay smash, which commenced when it was name das Clara Amfo’s Hottest Record on Radio 1’s Future Sounds. It has been a major airplay hit ever since, first being named asRadio1’s Tune of the Week and then enjoying an extended run onRadio 1’s A-list, and becoming the most played track atRadio 1,Kiss FM and Capital.‘Afraid To Feel’ subsequently translated to TikTok too with millions of video views.The success ofLF SYSTEM has played a significant part in the current resurgence of the Scottish music scene. ‘Afraid To Feel’ reached#1on the same day that Paolo Nutini topped the album charts with‘Last Night in The Bittersweet’–a moment thatLewis Capaldi celebrated during his headline show atGlasgow’s TRNSMT.LF SYSTEM  commented,“Just over two years ago we played our first show as LF SYSTEM, and just over two months ago we were still working our day jobs. And now we have the first UK #1 dance single since Joel Corry two years ago. No idea how we’ve gone from releasing disco edits on SoundCloud years to battling it out with Harry Styles, George Ezra, Beyoncé and Kate Bush. Thanks again to everybody who’s shown support and love towards us and our music. We will never forget this.”The single’s profile has again been boosted with remixes courtesy of Running Back founder Gerd Janson, CID and Tommy Villiers.Consisting of Conor Larkman and Sean Finnigan, LF SYSTEM met through playing B2B sets at the Edinburgh club nightFLY. After sharing those initial disco edits onSoundCloud, they started dropping their own tracks on the platform too with five‘PeopleWant Music’ demo EPs. One of those tracks was their first single‘Dancing Cliché’, which picked up early club support from Ewan McVicar, Elliott Adam son, Danny Howard and TSHA. It later received a full commercial release throughWarner Records and spent 6 weeks on theRadio 1playlist.The big moments kept on coming, with a sold-out show atSneaky Pete’s in Edinburgh and being named asThe BlessedMadonna’s One To Watch for 2022. They have also been sought out for official remixes for Fatboy Slim and Carl Cox(‘SpeedTrials On Acid’) andJodie Harsh(‘No Sleep’). And now‘Afraid To Feel’ is elevating them from their modest roots to international attention.LF SYSTEM recently performed atRadio 1’s Big Weekend, played their firstBoiler Room set atFLY Open Air and now have a big summer of shows ahead of them. Highlights include their first ever London headline show atNight Tales, an Amnesia show presented byDanny Howard, and a huge night at special guests atGorgon City presents Real min Liverpool