Lenny Kravitz’s “Superlove” is the latest track to get the Avicii remix treatment, as we first heard during his set at Ultra. Tim Bergling once again proves his premier production abilities by turning an acoustic rock song into a festival-tested house anthem. Featuring a melodic lead-in layered with Lenny’s vocals and a bouncy synth drop, some will immediately dismiss it as “too poppy” or commercial — while others will simply see it as another awesome Avicii track. Give it a listen and judge for yourself.
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