Over the past year, Swedish-born producer Dan Lissvik has remixed tracks for some of the most popular new names in music, including NONONO, The 1975, and HAIM. For his latest project, Lissvik remixes HAERTS' "All The Days," from the band's debut EP, Hemiplegia, which was released October 2nd via Columbia Records. The already celestial and dance-inspired ballad gets an extra dose dreaminess, turning it into a dancefloor-ready leviathan, courtesy of Mr. Lissvik.
At first listen, it seems as if the Scandinavian producer took a room-filling anthem and simply made it more room-filling. On this remix, however, he deviates from his signature balearic embellishments, revealing a dynamic and malleable musician. In a discussion with Interview Magazine, HAERTS' Garret Ienner had only good things to say about the remix, "It's great the way the original idea can be transformed to a different context. It can be enjoyed in a place that it wouldn't have."