The Canadian electronic duo have shared a new remix of their track ‘The Blame’ by Dutch deep house producer Helsloot.

Dutch deep house producer Hesloot has dropped his remix of Bob Moses’ track ‘The Blame’. The remix offers a banging, futuristic take on the moody original track by the Canadian duo.

Bob Moses’ ‘The Blame’ deals with the pain of consequences made from actions in the heat of desire. The track features member Tom Howie singing, “I could tell you that my heart beats all alone / tell you that I’ve got no soul / tell you that I lost control.”

Also read: Listen to Solomun’s remix for Bob Moses and ZHU’s ‘Desire’

Helsoot joins an eclectic lineup of remixes for Bob Moses’ third studio outing Desire. The remixes feature Charlotte de Witte, Solomun, Vintage Culture and Kiko Franco.

Desire explores love in the digital age. The interactive video for the album’s title track with ZHU is directed by Owen Brown with animation by Airplan Studio.

The video has gained over six million views since its release in July last year.

2020 also saw Bob Moses release their first live concert film, Falling Into Focus. The concert film is an hour-long outdoor performance from an abandoned raio tower in Topanga, California.

The duo have also been keeping busy with their weekly BobCast streaming series via Twitch where they take viewers a look inside their world of producing music.

Listen to Bob Moses’ Desire on Spotify.

Photo credit: Lucas MK

 

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