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Flume Gets a Sexy New Remix

Flume's sophomore effort “Skin” is easily the front runner for album of the year. It is a beautiful collection of different styles and genres making for a work of art. The album and it's many singles have spawned a ton of notable remixes from acts such as Disclosure and Illenium. Today fresh off of parent label Future Classic one of the album's landmark tracks got an incredible rework from an unexpected remixer, Clean Bandit.

Flume's collaboration with Tove Lo “Say It” has already been turned into a masterpiece by Illenium but today he has some serious competition for the best remix. While comparing this new edit to his is equal to comparing apples to oranges, Clean Bandit has put a sexy spin on an already sultry track.

Clean Bandit took the original in a more house oriented direction. It gives the track an undeniable energy that is perfect for clubs. Their signature upbeat synths are strung throughout, making for immediately recognizable riffs. Clean Bandit has flexed their production muscles with this track. They kept the integrity of the original while entirely changing the vibe in the best possible way. It is catchy and intoxicating. Don't just listen to us though, check it out below. The track makes for a high note on an otherwise sad day for Clean Bandit; as their violinist just announced a cutting of ties with the group.

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