New Zealand pop trio L.A WOMEN made their incendiary world debut last year with the self-released single “Hurricane Love,” which garnered over 4 million streams and continues to endure. Today the track gets a lush electronic rework courtesy of Spinnin’ Records-signed Dutch producer Jasper Dietze, out now via Lowly Palace.

Jasper Dietze

Crisp, melodic deep house by way of Jasper’s clean production retains the yearning tone of the original. The Rotterdam artist’s rendition of the single allows its soulful lyrics to shine, while showcasing his atmospheric deep house signature. The “Hurricane Love” rework comes at an impressive moment for Jasper Dietze. Following his 2016 Spinnin’ signing, Jasper has received praise from Billboard, and support from superstar producers of the likes of Tiesto, Nicky Romero, Ferry Corsten, Martin Garrix, Don Diablo, Oliver Heldens, and numerous others.

L.A. Women

The tale of L.A WOMEN’s ascension to success is a true Cinderella story. Hailing from small town New Zealand and bandmates since age 7, the trio debuted the smash viral hit “Hurricane Love” before even reaching 20 years of age. The year since has skyrocketed them to notoriety, buoyed by premieres with MTV (“Hurricane Love” Video) and Complex (“Count It Up” feat. SACHI), along with continued Spotify notoriety and support from tastemakers and fans alike.

“When I first heard L.A WOMEN’s original version of “Hurricane Love,” I immediately knew that this was something special. I really loved the lyrics and the smooth feel of the vocal, so it was a real pleasure putting my own spin on it.’’ — Jasper Dietze

“Jasper’s remix took the song into a realm that we hadn’t thought of creatively. His interpretation of the track stepped into the electronic scene without taking away the essence of the song! We love the direction Jasper went with!” — L.A WOMEN

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Posted by:Raytrill Founder of TRILLVO

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