Listen to a mammoth remix from Claptone ahead of his Australian return

Listen to a mammoth remix from Claptone ahead of his Australian return

If this Peter, Bjorn & John remix is anything to go by, Listen Out is going to be a vibe.

With Listen Out quickly approaching, one set we’re pretty damn keen to see is the return of Claptone’s Immortal Live show to Australian shores. It’s been labelled as one of house’s best live shows, with Claptone’s thumping productions littered throughout high-energy deep-house bangers. One of which productions is his recent remix of Peter, Bjorn & John’s What You Talking About, which dropped yesterday ahead of tours for both parties. Claptone’s re-do of What You Talking About sports that same up-beat, feel-good vibe as his Hottest 100-featuring track Puppet Theatre, with the original’s vocal line joined by an impressive, 4x4 house beat and deep synth melodies. With Peter, Bjorn & John coming through in July for Splendour and a handful of sideshows, as well as Claptone with the previously mentioned Immortal Live show at Listen Out, this remix is set to be a big one for both parties.

Claptone Tour Dates (with Listen Out):

September 24 - Catani Gardens, Melbourne

September 25 - Western Parklands, Perth

October 1 - Centennial Park, Sydney

October 2 - The Sporting Fields, Brisbane

Peter, Bjorn & John Sideshows:

July 20 - Metro Theatre, Sydney

July 21 - The Corner, Melbourne

+ Splendour In The Grass (SOLD OUT)

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