The Knocks drop in for a shimmering remix of Thunder Jackson's “Colors”

Just as bars and clubs are starting to re-open, Thunder Jackson is back with a bold new remixed release perfect for any party. “Colors” reimagined by electro talent The Knocks is a tune seeped in nostalgia. Like the original, it possesses a shiny disco vibe, but that is amplified for an even groovier air. The second the fun-filled recreation starts you are instantly feeling good, with the highly infectious original co-written with Pete Lawrie Winfield (Until The Ribbon Breaks, Finneas) and produced in collaboration with Holy Ghost!’s Alex Frankel and mixer Chris Zane (Jack Antonoff, St. Lucia, Passion Pit).

This sensational remixed single has that same uniquely bright quality of the original, brought on by The Knocks, a New York electronic duo. "Thunder Jackson is a force," The Knocks elaborate in a statement. "His vocal on this song really blew us away and we were really excited to do our thing on it. We loved so much of the original that we really didn't want to take it too far out of that zone, so we just tried to make it even more dance-floor/DJ friendly and are super happy with how it turned out.”

Thunder Jackson attracts fans with his radiant retro style and glossy falsetto. He exploded on to the scene with his critically acclaimed 2017 debut single “Guilty Pleasure."

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