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The release of Galantis’ remix of Delilah, originally by Florence + The Machine, signals what is almost likely the end of 2015 releases for the power duo, and the kick off for an exciting 2016. This remix takes the powerful and emotive vox of Florence that was originally wrapped in a folksy instrumental and gives it the Swedish touch – with a twist – that the world has fallen in love with over the last few months (Or years, depending on when you first heard of their work). And that twist, in my ears opinion, is growth even further. Galantis has met much success, and the pressure of course is always on to develop. Some acts stick to one sound and we get bored with it. Others, like these two Swedes, evolve while still reminding us of who we love. The fact that they kept Florence + The Machines vox intact shows the mastery of these two, and shows their ability to continuously please their fans while staying true to themselves.
See you in 2016, Christian and Linus!