Steven A. Clark released his excellent Where Neon Goes To Die LP last year via Secretly Canadian, an album inspired by 80s pop and R&B in the vein of a Peter Gabriel meets Frank Ocean. Today he drops a Theophilus London remix of “Evil Woman” from the album. London adds an airy, tropical rendition of the song along with a new verse.

“It’s refreshing to work with up and coming kids like Steven A. Clark who push the mold a bit further. He’s one to watch!“ London says of the Miami based artist. Clark adds “Theophilus is a young legend who I’ve been a fan of for since the beginning. HIs taste level is crazy, so its an honor to have him jump on Evil Woman and do what he always does.”

Listen to the remix and full album below.

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