Taken from the American rock band The Killers’ fourth studio album, ‘Flesh and Bone’ receives a fresh lick of paint from British baron Stuart Price, also known as Jacques Lu Cont. Certainly not a stranger to high-end remix duties, Price follows up his take on Coldplay’s ‘Charlie Brown‘ to don his ear against the penetrating vocals of The Killers’ latest single.
Laced with broken beats and the original’s frisky lead play and embracing an old-school twist, the Jacques Lu Cont remix of ‘Flesh and Bone’ follows suit alongside his already sterling arsenal of gritty House gems in celebration of the mixed European roots that have seen flourish across the globe.
Pushing the boundaries of his craft like few other of his age, young creative maestro Pierce Fulton is back to take on official remix duties for American Pop-Rock outfit The Killers.
Further emphasizing his unwillingness to be typecast, Fulton presents a formative insight into his smoother side with a soothing take on the penetrating vocals of The Killers’ ‘Runaways’ single. Without overstepping the warm characteristics Fulton’s progressive stylings so seamlessly builds throughout the remix, the versatile American hopeful shows that his softer side is not all ambient fuzz, bringing a positive shade of character to the often overlooked realms of melodic club music.
The Pierce Fulton remix is set to be released on November 6th.
Another brilliant production by the 16 year old rising-star producer Madeon of The Killers‘ Smile Like You Mean It. Old but still so amazing!