The remix adds an upbeat, dancey nu disco feel, taking down the synth-pop melody of the original. Although both tracks stand on their own, Plastic Plates' version is nothing to scoff at. I mean, it's hard to turn a nose up at something that sparkles as much as this remix does.
The track officially comes out December 30, so for now the interwebs will have to resign themselves to streaming their little hearts out.
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