Just A Gent announces Australian tour, unveils Heavy As A Heartbreak remix

Just A Gent announces Australian tour, unveils Heavy As A Heartbreak remix

LA producer PLS&TY takes Heavy As A Heartbreak for a future-bass spin ahead of the suited don's Australian tour.

Now an icon in the Australian electronic scene, suited DJ-turned-producer Just A Gent is gearing up for a massive year ahead. It all kicked off late last year, with the release of the LANKS-featuring banger Heavy As A Heartbreakwhich saw LANKS' vocals glide over a quick-paced, synth-dominated melody. With Heavy As A Heartbreak well and truly run it's course, the next piece of Just A Gent's 2016 plan has been unveiled - a three month long, multi-state tour and the release of the first Heavy As A Heartbreak remix, courtesy of PLS&TY. The LA producer, well renowned for his on-point production skills, spins Heavy As A Heartbreak into a future-bass-esque tune, switching out the drop of the original with a synth-soaked break-down, driven by an exhilarating percussion build up. Have a listen to the remix below, and whilst you're there, suss out Just A Gent's Heavy As A Heartbreak national tour dates too.

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