Indie dance music mavens, The Knocks have delivered another sonic symphony with their remix of indie gem, “Sleep Alone.” The steady and energetic beat acts as the perfect complement to the slow-paced chorus. By utilizing a deep house aesthetic accompanied by Alex Trimble’s unique vocal cuts, these New York-based producers have created an evocative soundscape out of the Two Door Cinema Club original.
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