With 130 million YouTube and Spotify plays since its release at the end of July, David Guetta and Anne-Marie’s amazing collaboration Don’t Leave Me Alone has truly been the sound of the summer. Its future pop sounds were absolutely infectious, and there was definitely room for some more dancefloor-focused mixes. Up steps Swiss genius EDX to provide a stellar rework with his ‘Indian Summer Remix’

Sweet arpeggios set the scene before Anne-Marie’s heavenly vocals enter over soft piano chords. The infectious bridge section unfolds as synth chords grow in intensity, leading us to the chorus where pleasingly phat bass, snappy beats and a feel-good melody invites us onto the dancefloor. The vocal cut-ups are used to great effect throughout the track, and the lush final breakdown recalls the slo-mo vibes of the original. The finale brings things all together for a rousing crescendo which really gets those goosebumps flowing.

You can check out the remix below and let us know what you think!

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