The original plays like sunlight on closed eyelids, dappling them with sunspots, and warm waking dreams of imagined horizons and wide open spaces. A kind of Americana, like Jonathan Wilson after a night at Amnesia, inspired, hooking his Folk up to machines, chasing Adonis` hypnotic rhythms but instead ending up with a Pop whose good vibes ensure it an invite to the dance anyhow.
L.A.`s Daniel T steps up for a remix, Mr. T being Cooper Saver`s partner in the Distant Works label, which still shimmers and shines, now attached to a sturdy 4 / 4. Its groove spaced-out, but its sinew stiffened. Its bass line mutating, giving off coloured neon in strobes. Still a song of sunrises, the sax and New Order guitar scratch of the original replaced by Disco lasers sharpshooting through fractals.