HANDSOME's Late Night Ball Game gets a euphoric 8-minute remix from Stereogamous

HANDSOME's Late Night Ball Game gets a euphoric 8-minute remix from Stereogamous

The Joyride-featuring original becomes a steamy little late night affair.

Sydney-based artist HANDSOME popped up last year with her debut single, Late Night Ball Game feat. Joyride, and at the time we did not give it enough love. It's a quite frankly stunning slice of alternative-pop, that comes with a beautiful message as well: "A little over a year and a half ago, Joyride and I pieced this song together. Late Night Ball Game is a song that is so close to my heart because it so captures what it is like to be stuck in your own head when you're deeply worried about having to reveal a secret to someone you love. It follows the story of a person coming out to their friends, their family, their loved ones. A story that often reflects turmoil, and hurt and pain. Why do we instil fear in our young ones who are simply wanting to reveal who they truly are?"

And now she's linked up with Aussie dance music legends Paul Mac and Seymour Butz AKA Stereogamous for an utterly absorbing remix, one that'll have you either throwing your hands in the air, or throwing them tightly around your loved ones at whatever late night rave you happen to be dancing at. In the great words of A-Team leader Hannibal, "I love it when a plan comes together"... because I assume the "plan" here was to make a really good remix of an already excellent track, and that's exactly what this is.

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