First heard during their livestreams earlier this year, the techno pair’s much-anticipated remix of the self-titled trance classic by Age of Love is out.

Charlotte de Witte and Enrico Sangiuliano have dropped their popular remix of ‘The Age of Love’, the self-titled 90’s trance tune by Age of Love.

Like the original, which is considered an iconic dance track, the remix is released via Belgian label Diki Records.

The ‘Age of Love’ remix was born during lockdown when de Witte was living with Sangiuliano at the end of February of last year.

The track was played in several of their livestreams throughout this year, quickly gaining attention from fans.

The tehcno rework strips back on the percussion and adds heavy and dark drums with a synth lead as well as the recognizable echoing vocals that help hype the crowd.

The pair says,

“It’s a very meaningful track for both of us, for various reasons, and it brings back many joyful memories. Remixing such a legendary track was a super fun thing to do, but we noticed how easily and spontaneously we could work together in the studio. We are beyond excited to finally unleash our remix to the world. And this at a time where the world finally seems to be going back to normal. There is no better time for a New Age Of Love. We’re ready.”

‘The Age Of Love’ (Charlotte de Witte & Enrico Sangiuliano Remix) is a big, driving techno roller. It has heavyweight drums and stripped back percussion which leaves plenty of room for the ionic synth lead and spine-tingling vocals to ring out and really work the crowd into a trance.

Check out the duo’s full ‘Age of Love’ livestream below.

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