Support from: Sasha, Annie Mac, Skream, Rob Da Bank, Tom Middleton, Supernova, Stefano Ritteri, Fehrplay, Funk D'Void, Betoko, German Brigante, Russ Chimes, Robosonic, Bodden (OFF Recordings), Emerson Todd, Purple Disco Machine, Wideboys, Severino, Drums of Death, Vanilla Ace, Hernan Cattaneo, Kassey Voorn, Eluize / Alley Oop, Hector Romero, Aston Shuffle, Brett Gould, Ray Foxx, ATFC, Panda, Shivas (FFRR), Tom Breu (Radio 1 Live, Germany), Omid 16B / Alex George, Anna Cavazos, Seamus Haji, Mark Doyle...DMC Buzz Chart #3 (2 weeks)Cool Cuts #16 (2 weeks)"Human Touch" is the fifth single from Grum's forthcoming album.His previous singles "Everytime", "The Theme", "In Love" and "Tears" have been hammered across the board at BBC Radio 1. From Zane to Annie Mac, Pete Tong to B Traits, Monki to Danny Howard (who is such a fan he had Grum do an exclusive mix for his Dance Anthems show last weekend -http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b042wb9x) the support for Grum's original music has been incredible. If you add in his remixes for the likes of Shift K3y, Sigma, Chromeo & Martin Garrix he's one of the most consistently played producer/remixers right now.It's no surprise then that Radio 1 have asked Grum to create his first Essential Mix. Due to be broadcast on the 24th of May it will bring up 4 years exactly since his debut album "Heartbeats" was released and it will complete Grum's transformation from the young producer that came out of the blogs to a fully-fledged dance music headliner.And thats because Grum is more than a radio act. His recent singles have had the kind of DJ support that reads like a who's who in club land: Solomun, Hot Since 82, Scuba, Sasha, Disclosure, Above & Beyond, DJ T, Bookashade, Axwell, Drums of Death, Slam, Russ Chimes, Tube & Berger, Huxley, Coyu, Joyce Muniz, Leftwing & Kody, Groove Armada, John Digweed, Mano Le Tough, Doctor Dru, Tensnake, Axwell, Digitalism, EDX, Mark Knight, Funk D'Void... the list goes on. "Human Touch" is arguably Grum's deepest, housiest release to date. But of course, since this is Grum, we're not talking about some po-faced, chin stroking dull-strumental, this is house music that will put a smile on your face, love in your heart and a warm glow on the dance-floor.Remixes come from Sébastien Léger (tough, jacking house), Solaris Heights (Sasha style deepness) and Andre Sobota (killer modern progressive).