It’s safe to say Pierce Fulton is a remix megastar. While his original tracks like “Kuaga” are equally impressive, Pierce’s remix abilities have gained a considerable amount of attention from today’s biggest artists (See: his remix of Above & Beyond’s “Sticky Fingers” below).
The latest is today’s official remix for Dillion Francis + Sultan and Ned Shepard’s “When We Were Young” ft. The Chain Gang of 1974. One of Francis’ strongest tracks from his new Money Sucks, Friends Rule album, remixes have already popped up from Vicetone and Juventa. In Pierce Fulton’s take, he not only enhances the original’s synths, but brings the track to another level with more prominent drums and a euphoric drop. Our only regret is that it’s not still festival season, as this would have surely been a smash hit at TomorrowLand and all the other major crowds he’s played for this year. Whether you’re already missing summer, or just need a great pick me up today, check out Pierce Fulton’s newest remix below which promises to be released to the public soon: