The next single off indie pop band Youngblood Hawke’s debut album Wake Me Up gets the remix treatment from Baltimore native Nacey. “Stars (Hold On)” features a set of resonant melodies and uplifting vocals, providing the groundwork for Nacey to overlay euphoric chord progressions to cast a cut primed for the dance floor. The indie dance offshoot reveals the rising talent’s musical styling — creating music for its utmost audible enjoyment. The remix is set to release tomorrow on Republic Records.
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