The original is the pick of the bunch, with its ominous bassline the perfect foil to a horde of wobbling chords and space-tinged synths. The warped vocal plays a prevalent role too, with its enticing lyrics only adding to the overall sense of welcoming weirdness.
LA's Droog supply a remix that's very much in keeping with their background, with their interpretation crafted on a much lighter, sun-drenched tip. It too, is worth basking in, with its pitched-back aesthetic a welcome riposte to the original's more downtrodden soundscape. One Records boss Adam Shelton offers a similarly bouncy, tech house underbelly to the type that coursed throughout his now ubiquitous remix of Ben Pearce's "What I Might Do."