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 Helado Negro remix of “Feel This Way” from the album, in which Helado Negro makes the song entirely his own.

“It’s amazing when an artist can remix something and make it feel like its own original song. Helado did that with Feel this way. It’s a remix that doesn’t feel like a remix which is not easy to do,” Clark says.

Listen to the remix and full album below.

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