Just over a month after giving away their remix of Usher’s “Numb”, Paris & Simo return to take on Fenech Soler’s “All I Know,” the electronic rock band’s newest single in over two years. This marks the first time the Canadian duo have branched out to indie, perhaps taking a page from their idol Tiesto. The result is a massive rework of infectious synths, which take the already great vocal to another level. In a day and age where producers often over look the remix, Paris & Simo continue to exude quality.
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