During his week off between Coachella performances, Morgan Page has taken the time to put his spin on Meiko’s “Leave The Lights On.” His take on a previously indie-pop track makes a statement about the producer’s style. The build up is carefully crafted around the alternative style guitar that accompanies Meiko’s voice. Following his leads, Page ditches the soft melody for a powerful drop and intense bass. If you’re a fan of his album In The Air, you will find yourself attached to his latest remix. Take a listen as Morgan Page brings superb vocals to the dance floor once again before its official release on May 15.
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