You may know Matisse & Sadko for their amazing remix of “Beating of My Heart,” but now they are back with another remix. “Unity” was originally by the rockband Shinedown, but by removing the vocals and guitar riffs, the Russian brothers have crafted an blissful and uplifting house track that was recently featured in Tiesto’s Club Life. You can grab the euphoric version of “Unity” for free below.
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