Point Point Releases An Eclectic Remix Package For Their Single ‘Hands’

Written by Eli Sulaiman

French collective Point Point ‘s remix package includes five exciting reworks from SAINT WKND, Samaran, I Salute, R.O, and BLVTH. These five different artists have remixed Point Point’s original track Hands ft. Denai Moore.

Released on 22 September, each of the remixes takes Point Point’s stunning track in a new direction, drawing on a variety of different music styles.

SAINT WKND is one of the hottest producers right now and his remix of Hands has a dreamy feel and a laid-back groove but still maintaining some elements from the original.

Samaran’s rework is upbeat with a deeper bass edge, turning Hands into a type of House track. I Salute’s remix starts with a punchy urban cut and ascends into highlighting the future bass elements of Hands.

R.O slows it down with his remix, keeping it mellow while accentuating the synths and deepening the vocal refrain. BLVTH’s remix is one that is similarly mellow but intense.

Hands features the vocals of London singer, Denai Moore and has received support by many big DJ’s and producers including Tiësto, DJ Snake, Tung and The Chainsmokers. The track has to date 1.5 million streams on Spotify, Deezer and Apple Music.

Point Point is an eclectic French collective composed of three people who go by Aazar, Devoted and Nömak. They were initially based in Paris but are now living in Los Angeles. These three young producers possess a distinctive and futuristic style that creates an unique sound, catching the attention of leading artists such as Skrillex, Diplo and Tchami.

Check out their five remixes below!

Credit: Point Point

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