Win and Woo remixed Katy Perry’s ‘Harleys In Hawaii’
Katy Perry clearly wants her voice heard at the festival mainstage, recruiting electronic producers from all over to remix her recent leg of singles. First, Perry enlisted R3hab, Syn Cole, and more on “Never Really Over,” followed by White Panda, Sofi Tukker, and Lost Kings on “Small Talk.” Now, Chicago-born duo Win and Woo are up next, putting their take on her latest track “Harleys In Hawaii.”
Win and Woo stem from humble beginnings remixing Bryce Fox‘s “Burn Fast” and an official edit for The Chainsmokers chart-topping hit “Don’t Let Me Down.” Since then, they’ve received widespread acclaim, with key looks including a sync during NBC’s Sunday Night Football and the Blue Moon “Shine Brighter” campaign. With the increased traction, it’s no surprise that they were selected for an official Katy Perry rework.
The remix alludes to the originals’ slower tempo, yet adds a darker, punk-inspired touch with bold guitar chords on the verses layered over light piano riffs. The duo’s pop-influenced sound is driven by strong bass lines and melodic drops—evident on the drop with looped vocal samples—and maintains what can wholly be described as an electronic rock-band arrangement.
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