NOTD give King Deco’s ‘Read My Lips’ a summery makeover

NOTD work their magic again, this time on Jordanian singer King Deco's 'Read My Lips'.

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Last year’s release of King Deco’s beautifully audacious single, ‘Read My Lips’, saw the Jordanian born future-star step further into the limelight, catching half a million ears along the way. The radical pop sound presented in Deco’s music is one we can’t get enough of, and luckily enough we can welcome her delectable vocal back into our headphones thanks to none other than the remix superstars, NOTD.

Fresh off dazzling remixes for Ed Sheeran, The Chainsmokers & Shawn Mendes, NOTD offer an outrageously infectious take on ‘Read My Lips’. The remix picks up speed with a bouncy bassline and driving kick drum in support of Deco’s anthemic lyrics, offering exuberant summer flavours and in turn transforming the indie-pop gem into one of the catchiest tracks of the summer. The luscious production culminates in the chorus where a manipulated vocal melody takes control, cementing the remix as a summertime smash – full-fledged airwave material.

Words by Richard Pope, follow Richard on Twitter
Header image Jimmy Fontaine
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