Brought to us by San Francisco electronic producer Mokhov, this slowed-down, tripped-out version is just what you would hope to hear in a James Blake remix. The vocal department is still concentrated with Blake's emotionally tender falsetto, which thankfully isn't compromised for the sake of hard-hitting sound. Mokhov captures the saturated melancholy and takes it to a brooding horizon, with more beat-driven atmospherics that compliment all of the original components beautifully.
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