Matisse & Sadko take on unlikely remix duties from American rock band Shinedown, turning their single “Unity” into a progressive house tune. The remix is a complete transformation from rock to the light and uplifting sound that we’ve heard on “Trio,” and sounds eerily similar to their remix of “Beating of my Heart.” Once you’ve thought the vocal is taking you down a dark path, the duo hits you with a mood change that will slap a smile across your face. Preview Matisse & Sadko’s remix of “Unity” ahead of its July 31st release date.
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