Neon Feather Gives A Future House Flip To The Two Fake Blondes’ ‘Battle Cry’

Following up the The Two Fake Blondes remix by Deadman via “Song for When Ur Sadddd,” the couple duo have now brought in another friend and talented producer Neon Feather to remix “Battle Cry.” At the core of the remix, Neon Feather pulls from a future house playbook. Pulling together an incredible balance between the core elements of the original, his style, and the prementioned genre, Neon Feather brings out some explosive energy that simply has to be heard. From the thick bass heard on the low end to a sense of confidence that excludes from the release from start to finish, Neon Feather blows away any expectations that an individual could have set upon this one.

“’Battle Cry’ came to us during a time of fasting while Hannah was experiencing medical difficulties, a song we really believed would bring people hope & empower them during times of difficulty like it did for us. We were so excited when Neon Feather wanted to get involved with a remix and he created an incredible remix. He’s someone we’ve looked up to for a long time & having him be a part of this is so special!”
– The Two Fake Blondes

Hannah Mac (formerly Hannah Michelle Weeks) and Petey Mac are the two who make up The Two Fake Blondes. The two are married and know how to keep it fun and feel-good. They’ve nailed over 150,000 streams over just 2 songs “If You Really Love Me,” and “Body,” while last year they make a big splash with a debut album via Out Of The Darkness. The album contains tons of goodies and the party continues forward as Deadman and Neon Feather add an extension to the platform which TFFB have laid down.

Check out the remix below.




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