Premiere: Listen to a New Remix from Fort Romeau

The Ghostly affiliate turns in a new rework of London vocalist Andreya Triana.
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Photo: Anthony Gerace

Photo: Anthony Gerace

After revealing the details of his forthcoming debut LP for Ghostly earlier this month, Fort Romeau has now turned in a new remix of London vocalist Andreya Triana'a "Gold" single.

A soulful track steeped in classic R&B traditions, "Gold" (which stems from Triana's upcoming Giants LP for Counter Records) is transformed into a subdued house affair in the hands of Fort Romeau. At the base of his rework, the London producer makes use of a procession of foggy chords, which are cut by a bouncing four-on-the-floor and a driving synth bass. From there, the rework builds in gradual steps—extra hats and claps fly in the from the sides, echoed chords rise to the top, and snippets of Triana's vocals are sprinkled throughout.

Fort Romeau's floor-minded rework of "Gold" is premiering below, while the first single from his upcoming debut LP, Insides, can be heard here.