Originally released at the start of the decade, the simplicity of Jochem Peteri's production does a lot to explain its long-lasting appeal. Based on understated, dubby beats, Peteri layers warm jazzy keys and a lopsided yet infectious riff over the arrangement. Then he sets it to loop for ten minutes, sits back and witnesses grown, hardened cynics reduced to a melted butter-like state. "Trespassers" would mean nothing if any of its components were anything less than compelling, or if Peteri didn't give the track the underlying swagger to carry it off. Luckily, it's got both.
The record features a remix by Peteri himself as 541 which ups the tempo and takes it into a deeper, more textured parallel space for half the duration, but assuming it will appeal mainly to new converts, the only version of "Trespassers" you really need in your life is the original.