Hot Chip – “Look at Where We Are" (Four Tet and Major Lazer Remixes)

by PopMatters Staff

31 July 2012

Hot Chip's “Look at Where We Are" gets two major remixes, one from Major Lazer and the latest from none other than Four Tet.
 

Brice Ezell said of the original tune back in June, “Where the core of Hot Chip’s In Our Heads can be found is in the slower, more reflective tracks. “Look at Where We Are” is a real beauty, and a noticeable departure in being driven primarily by guitar than synthesizer. That song, along with “How Do You Do?” also reflects the continued lyrical interest the band has with Eastern spirituality.


 

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