Mike Williams returns with an electrifying mainstage-ready remix of Toby Romeo, Felix Jaehn, and FAULHABER’s recent single ‘Where the Lights Are Low’.

Marking the Dutch DJ’s first remix for this year, Williams amps up the original track by crafting an infectious melody to pump the crowd around the world.

The rework opens up with Jordan Shaw’s captivating vocals, with the drop complementing the original’s meldy with a powerful synth line and speaker-rattling bass line.

Mike Williams says,

“I think the original track is amazing, and i’ve worked with Felix Jaehn many times so I was honored and very excited to do this remix. I felt like it needed a bit more energy so I could play it at clubs and festivals, so let’s hope we’re able to do that soon.”

‘Where the Lights Are Low (Mike Williams Remix)’ is out now via Universal Music across all streaming platforms.

Williams previously collaborated with Felix Jaehn on their smash single ‘Feel Good’ in 2017, which recently surpassed 140 million streams via Spotify. The producer has built up a massive fanbase, performing at renowned festivals including ULTRA and Tomorrowland.

Felix Jaehn is best known for his remix of OMI’s ‘Cheerleader’. His most recent single, the original version of ‘Where the Lights Are Low’, has already amassed more than 13 million streams.

Toby Romero made is a DJ on the rise, starting his career at just 13 years old and being mentored by good friend, Felix Jaehn. He co-produced Jaehn’s massive international hit, the rework of Nea’s ‘Some Say’, which has gained over 200,000,000 total streams.

FAULHABER is a multi-talented Dutch DJ who has being DJing since the age of 16, having worked with the likes of Alok, Vintage Culture, and Deepend.