The British duo, formed of DJ Joel Martin and producer Matt Edwards, a.k.a. Radio Slave, replaces the strings on the original track with a dark, atmospheric pulse that perfectly complements the Danish songwriter’s vocals. Slow and ominous, the track holds off on the vocals for a full two and a half minutes and then proceeds to incorporate them into the existing soundscape in a cyclical, trance-inducing fashion.

If this were the soundtrack to a dream, you’d be walking through an immense deserted factory, tirelessly searching for the source of that bright, angelic voice rising above the soft industrial rumble.

The B-side features a stripped-down “Ambient Acapella” version of “Stretch Your Eyes”. Both tracks are out now on 12” vinyl on Phonica Records' Special Editions label as well as digitally.