“Something Good Can Work” by the “precious” new Irish trio known as Two Door Cinema Club will without a doubt go down as one of the hottest indie tracks of 2010. Although the single was officially released in May of this year it leaked on the web as early as February and since that time has with ease penetrated the pop charts. But with influences like Bloc Party, Modest Mouse, and Death Cab and a style that much resembles that of Phoenix, it’s no surprise that the Kitsune Records signed band composed of Alex Trimble, Kev Bair, and Sam Halliday has had it’s way with the music world.
The original track was covered by TRENDLAND in February, definitely make sure to check out Mandrew’s on point insight on what the song “Something Good Can Work” is about(here). That being said, I am now gonna leave you with a couple of the best remixes I’ve heard in a while, both are of “Something Good Can Work”, and both amazing in their own right. The first is flawlessly produced by one of the hottest new names in remixing, The Twelves(Brazil), and as we’ve come to expect of them they once again find a way to give even more life and energy an already great track. The second remix is by Ted & Francis, just another hot Kitsune protégé out of Australia, and it takes on a different perspective with a kind of dreamy island feel that seems to fuses impeccably with the melodic vocals of the Two Door Cinema Club. Enjoy!
Listen to “Something Good Can Work(Twelves Remix)” here