Après and Throttle Reveal Remixes for Snakehips and MØ’s Hit Single ‘Don’t Leave’
The first two remixes of Snakehips and MØ’s recently released single ‘Don’t Leave’ are out, with Londoner Aprés and Australian producer Throttle each reworking the track.
Après – the man behind hit Annie Mac-supported track ‘Chicago’ – is first up, with a club-ready house take on the record. MØ’s vocals are sampled over a driving bassline and downbeat synth chords. 20-year-old Beatport #1-hitting producer Throttle’s remix is more uplifting, with sunny chords, brass samples and a propulsive drop at each chorus.
These new remixes add a new side to the original single from Snakehips and MØ. ‘Don’t Leave’ is an emotive yet forward-thinking ballad. The relatable single has already had an incredible reception since its release just two weeks ago, having amassed over 15 million streams total in that time.
This new single is set to build on an incredible past year for Snakehips. Their most recent single ‘Cruel’ featured the vocal talents of bonafide superstar Zayn. They achieved their first top 5 and won an Ivor Novello for their Platinum selling single ‘All My Friends’; a collaboration with Chance The Rapper and Tinashe. Their popularity extended to their tour schedule; this year Snakehips played at the likes of Coachella, Lollapalooza, Glastonbury, and Bestival, sold out headline shows at London’s KOKO and LA’s The Wiltern, as well as touring across America, Australia, Europe and Asia.
MØ is one of the fastest rising pop stars on the planet; and ‘Don’t Leave’ comes hot on the heels of her acclaimed hit singles ‘Final Song’ and ‘Drum’. The co-writer and voice of the worldwide smash Major Lazer tracks ‘Cold Water’ and ‘Lean On’ is currently putting the finishing touches to her eagerly anticipated second album, due for release in 2017. MØ has played sold out tours and won over festival crowds worldwide. Last Autumn she completed her biggest UK headline tour to date, including a sold out show at London’s iconic Roundhouse