Those keeping tabs on R3HAB or GATTÜSO may have noticed the duo spending time with each other in New York City this past fall. Hopes that this time together would yield additional collaborative musical efforts between the two have been answered with their cover of Radiohead‘s inescapable loner anthem, “Creep.” R3HAB first worked with GATTÜSO on “Lullaby,” and most recently tapped him for a remix of “Flames.”
The remake of “Creep” is a commercial crossover take on the original with angelic vocals that delicately weave in and out of a fluttering house backdrop. The drop is a commanding big room break that grabs the listener while offering a refreshing contrast to the delicate, soulful vocalwork.
“Creep” is the first-ever recording for Spotify’s inaugural mint Singles program, a companion to its flagship dance playlist, mint, and a spin-off of the popular Spotify Singles series. The track is out now R3HAB’s own CYB3RPVNK.