Flume has a magical touch.

Sam Smith‘s love ballads have been dominated the past year, but what really gets under your skin is when his superb voice is paired with equally gorgeous beat and synths. His latest, “Lay Me Down” has been given new life with a stunning remix by Australian producer Flume.

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SOURCE: Flume – Facebook

Known for his rework of Lorde‘s “Tennis Court“, Arcade Fire’s “Afterlife” and Disclosure’s “You & Me,” Flume has released his captivating remix of Smith’s “Lay Me Down”. Much like his other remixes, Flume completely flips the track on its head, fills it with layers of bass and uplifting synths, breathing new life into the track.


In a post on his Facebook page, Flume says he’s spent the last few months in the studio “working on a bunch of new material.” The Sam Smith remix is the first track he’s shared from the new bunch. “I can’t wait to play some of this new stuff to you,” he adds.

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A new version Sam Smith’s “Lay Me Down” featuring John Legend was recorded and released as a one off single to raise money for Comic Relief and was the official single for Red Nose Day 2015.

Listen to Flume’s remix of Sam Smith’s “Lay Me Down” below:

For more on Flume, stalk him via these platforms: Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

via Billboard


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