Rising UK producer YOUNGR has remixed Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes’ "Anxiety," a riotous re-imagining of one of the "End Of Suffering" album tracks. This follows their brilliant cover version of Mark Ronson and Miley Cyrus’ modern classic "Nothing Breaks Like A Heart" and the thumping, dance floor ready re-work of "Why A Butterfly Can’t Love A Spider" by Italian electronic purveyors The Bloody Beetroots.
Making use of several elements from prog house, future bass and deep house, he builds a groovy drum around the vocals of Frank Carter - without losing the original version's vibe. The overall result is a progressive-like remix that moves from mellow to mid-tempo energies, with an extra section where he plays around with the vocals layered a high pitched synth arrangement.
Over the coming weeks the band will be dropping a number of "End Of Suffering" remixes that take tracks from the record from artists such as Black Futures, Raven, Pheral and Frank Slimm, to name a few.
Take a listen to the Youngr remix of "Anxiety" below!