Melbourne’s Peter Wilson is embarking on a comeback after recording a new song with Stock Aitken Waterman associates Dave Ford and Ian Curnow.

The openly gay pop singer scored a string of hits in the mid-90s with songs like Into The Night and I Wanna Dance, but retired to focus on writing tracks for acts as diverse as Amanda Lear and Samantha Fox.

However, the opportunity to work with a pair of his musical heroes was enough to lure him back into the studio.

Stereo was co-written and produced by PWL engineers Dave Ford and Ian Curnow, who were heavily involved with the production house that brought you Kylie, Bananarama and Rick Astley.

Speaking of Rick, Stereo wouldn’t sound out of place on one of his albums – particularly the retrotastic Matt Pop remix.

Listen to a preview of the year’s campest pop tune below.

Via Pop Trash Addicts.

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