Up-and-coming Norwegian artist Anna of the North (pictured) made a swift impact earlier this year with downbeat, pensive pop track Sway, its sparkly instrumental and echoed Scandi-accented vocals earning her dedicated listeners from the offset.
Now, a string of remixes for her song are being released a month apart, the first two edits coming from Togetherness and The Chainsmokers.
The third comes from London producer et aliae, who has been on the remixing end a lot recently – we premiered her suitably drowsy-eyed rework of Kero Kero Bonito’s I’d Rather Sleep. She clips Anna’s vocals, each line punctuated with a shortness, the syllables swirling in echoes over a gradually swelling grainy synth drone.
Honeymoon released the 'Sway' EP on June 24th 2014 (buy).