This song’s for lazy mornings and soft sunlight. It’s that song at the end of a movie where the guy you’ve been rooting for all along get’s another chance and starts a new day. Swiss producer Cyril Hahn has a knack for these kinds of tracks, which really play on the artist’s vocals and add this touch of spacey wanderlust. His remix of “Don’t Save Me” from the LA based band, HAIM (comprised of three sisters Este, Danielle and Alana Haim), does just that. The track feels like someone lifted it straight from the 80s, featuring heavy emphasis on percussion, synth and this wonderful ethereal warmth that rings throughout. Sit back, relax and enjoy this song while recovering from your Thanksgiving feast.
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