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The Temper Trap Sweet Disposition Camille Luciani Renaissance
The Temper Trap Sweet Disposition Camille Luciani cover art by Renaissance Records

Camille Luciani drops remix of The Temper Trap ‘Sweet Disposition’

The remix takes the listener on an emotional journey, emphasizing the brooding percussion alongside clever layering of the blissful vocal.

After months of waiting, Camille Luciani unveils his iconic remix of The Temper Trap‘s classic Sweet Disposition.

If you’re an Afterlife fan or you have simply heard one of the recent Tale Of Us’ sets, you may have surely heard this incredible record. When the Italian legendary duo dropped the remix for the first time, fans thought that Tale Of Us were behind this incredible new version. The hype around the remix increased with the first insiders suggesting that Camille Luciani was behind it. The official confirmation came only at the end of November when he hinted to the remix on his socials.

Now, after a premiere via Progressive Astronaut, Sweet Disposition in the Camille Luciani remix is finally here. The remix, released via Renaissance Records, takes the listener on an emotional journey, emphasizing the brooding percussion alongside clever layering of the blissful vocal. The poignant piano refrain and swirling, intense beats result in a beautiful, yet powerful reinvention, perfect for peak-time dance-floors.

As mentioned before, major support has come from globally-renowned duo Tale Of Us; they have played it as their closing track on many of the world’s biggest stages, including Printworks London, Gashouder Amsterdam, and Ushuaïa Ibiza, each time receiving a euphoric, ‘hands in the air’ crowd reaction.

Besides the Camille Luciani Mix, the French talent has also released the instrumental version aka Dub Mix. You can now enjoy bot incredible versions below or download your copy here.

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