Featuring a series of beautiful melodies overlaid with soft vocals, this latest progressive house remix from The Chainsmokers is, without question, one of their finest to date. Still maintaining the almost ethereal quality of Jonsi’s 2010 release while subtly incorporating their own electric flavor, the NYC-based duo has added just enough snare and bass to the transform the original track from an incredibly mellow ballad into a potential dance hit. An excellent choice for listeners in search of a slightly more chill record that still gets the blood flowing with its high-energy drops, this bold remix from the 4AM recording artists is the perfect addition to any Sunday afternoon playlist.
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