House duo Syke ‘n’ Sugarstarr have teamed up with Swedish producer Rasmus Faber to produce “We Go Oh,” a mellow, piano-backed track, featuring the vocals of Linus Norda and “five other guys drinking beer and singing.” Today, we bring you a remix by EDM chameleon John Dahlback, who has taken the track down the big room route, replacing the charming piano with synth chords and adding a deeply layered bass kick. The original track has already received support from big names including Kaskade and Bob Sinclar. Check the remix below and stay tuned for an official release date.
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