THIS WILL HURT MORE THAN ANYTHING HAS BEFORE

William Fitzsimmons has become quite popular on the blog circuit for the fantastic remixes of his somber, introspective acoustic tracks. I posted the Pink Ganter remix of his absolutely gorgeous “So This Is Goodbye” about a month ago, and the song has literally dominated my car stereo on late-night drives. There’s some competition now, however, in the form of the George Raquet remix of “I Don’t Feel it Anymore.” The pulsating bass line, simple drums, and atmospheric melody play the perfect backdrop to Fitzsimmons lament of a relationship gone sour due to cheating. The lovely female vocals contributed from Priscilla Ahn afford the song a give-and-take feel, and the repetition of each line before the choruses strikes a delicate balance between heartbreaking and simply beautiful. Listen for yourself.

MP3: William Fitzsimmons – “I Don’t Feel It Anymore (George Raquet Remix)”

Love,
Zack

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3 Responses to THIS WILL HURT MORE THAN ANYTHING HAS BEFORE

  1. Katy says:

    Well put, Zack. This track unsettled me, and I replayed it straight away. Will look for more from these artists.

  2. Lizard McGee says:

    Thanks for posting this song. Why is it that the remixes are so often better 9in many ways) than the original song? For instance, all those great Justice remixes.

  3. Kathy says:

    Just fyi – Swing by NPR and listen to the full Ray LaMontagne & the Pariah Dogs’ album titled, “God Willin’ & the Creek Don’t Rise”: http://n.pr/cUQeMC

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