With New York’s Lana Del Rey already reigning in as one of the most commonly remixed pop assets over the past year, Miami-based producer Cedric Gervais is next in line to take on the darker pop stylings of ‘Summertime Sadness’ for Dutch label Spinnin’ Records.

Where previous official remixes of the song have showcased the less commercial side of Dance music, Gervais turns his head for the more mainstream shores to lay down a euphoric, synth-laden number of the indie-pop queen’s latest single.

Out February 1st.

9 Comments to “Preview: Lana Del Rey – Summertime Sadness (Cedric Gervais Remix)”

  • overall decent remix with an awesome buildup

  • Meh.. The original is too imprinted in my mind to accept anything but a flawless remix. Sure this is good but it’s hard to beat an original that is sooo good.

  • Really solid

  • You hear the vocals, the buildup and you start to think “shit sounds awesome”.
    You’re at the end of the buildup and you’re waiting for the “BOOM” and the epicness that should follow and then the song just keeps in line, never reeeeally delivers, what a dissapointment…

    I wanted more of a BANG, oh well.. Like others said before “decent remix with awesome buildup”

  • The drop can’t handle the buildup.

  • awesome!

  • What are you talking about!? This is huge! Great work Cedric!

  • Agree with Bruce Wayne, but still a decent track.

  • I feel like the drop is missing some top, in order for it to pop out and deliver. Might just be the preview though.

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