Ellie Goulding seems to have a knack for coming out with singles that have enormous remix potential. Her singles “Lights” and “Starry Eyed” both underwent massive dubstep reworks that proved to be incredibly popular. Her newest single, “Anything Could Happen” continues this trend and is beginning to make the remix rounds. Blood Diamonds and Birdy Nam Nam recently released their own versions of the song and now Alex Metric also throws his hat into the ring. Metric inserts a swirling, whimsical lead and sprinkled a heavy dose of disco dust all over the original. His additions turn the indie track into a boogie weapon that has us dancing in our chairs. No word yet on if or when it will available for purchase but we’ll keep you updated.
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