Tom Staar and Kryder impressed us with their remix of Afrojack’s “Can’t Stop Me” and they are back to bringing their unique blend of bouncey house to another monster track: Swedish House Mafia’s “Don’t You Worry Child.” The remix completely ditches the piano chords of the original and replaces them with stronger drum sounds that give this a distinctly after-hours kind of vibe. John Martin’s vocal is still front and center, but the duo uses effects expertly to augment the vocal in the same way as they did with Shermanology’s on “Can’t Stop Me.” No word on a release date for the remix yet, but we’re sure there will be many, many more to come — we’ll keep you posted. Listen to it below.
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