Released to considerable Booth acclaim back in summer 2011, Mr. J Medeiros’ Swallow is back in remixed form courtesy of buzzmaking producer Ghost. For this rendition of the reflective, relationship-themed single, The Stare‘s upbeat underground instrumental is switched out for a more aggressive dubstep backdrop. Better than the original? You decide. Fans can find the album version of the cut and much more on Medeiros’ Saudade LP, available in stores and online as of last June.
Written by richard on 01/17/12
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