Since their debut EP in 2015, STFU have continued to experiment within their music. Whether it’s originals like ‘Gravity’ and ‘Find That Girl,’ or remixes for some of the heaviest hitters in the game (A-Trak, Keys N Krates, Anna Lunoe, TWRK), the duo always manage to bring something fresh and different to the table. Today they prove this once more with a stunning re-imagination of Grandtheft and Delaney Jane’s smash hit ‘Easy Go.’ Opening with the sound of children playing creates a vibe; an ambience and air that is truly care-free. From there, uninhibited drums are paired with Delaney’s stunning vocals and moving keys for a stripped down elegance. As the track builds, a strong kick resembles a heart beating ripe with waves of infatuation. This all envelopes into a drop that feels flighting yet majestic. It’s the uncertainty of a new crush coupled with the magic. Like new love, it continues to evolve throughout, becoming more beautiful with each passing second (and each listen).
We caught up with STFU and asked them what they wanted people to get out of the rework, “Just enjoy the fucked up, fun aesthetic of it, and play it at parties, or whatever. We want it to be a crazy song. And you’ll probably see us performing something like it with keyboards and guitars in the future. It’s always an experiment for us. So thanks Grandtheft & Mad Decent for having us check it out! Oh and watch the voice-leading on the drop.” Stream below.