Hear Galantis remix S+C+A+R+R’s “The Rest of My Days”
STREAM: “The Rest of My Days” (Galantis Remix) –
After “THE REST OF MY DAYS” and its unique music video got attention from fans around the world earlier this year (over 2.5 million views already), S+C+A+R+R caught the ear of Swedish EDM superstar duo GALANTIS.
Known for their infectious sound and ability to craft club and festival anthems alike, GALANTIS bring a winning combination of dancefloor energy and depth to “The Rest Of My Days” while never losing sight of S+C+A+R+R’s own songcrafting. And we’re ready for more!
“I saw the amazing video for “The Rest of My Days” back in March and immediately fell in love with the song. S+C+A+R+R is such a great project and I was stoked to be able to put the Galantis sound on one of my fav songs of 2020” -Galantis
He might be the new petit protégé of Dan Levy (The Dø), but S+C+A+R+R is anything but little – he must be at least 1m90 tall. So when you meet S+C+A+R+R, it’s memorable. It can even be a little uncomfortable. He never knows quite how or where to sit, so he often stays standing up. And then there’s his voice. Equally as impressive, but surprisingly ethereal and captivating. It’s very solid, very dense, like finding softness in rock. Everything about him is like that. A subtle contrast.
In all his songs you can feel that he has been in pain, has caused pain, or is even in pain right now, but he’s not trying to force emotion, everything comes out clearly, honestly. Sometimes in a sort of brutal, testy way, but always with a certain elegance.
He used to be set apart from the music world, keeping himself to himself, but that was before Dan Levy. Aware of Dan’s work as a producer, he sent him tracks a few months ago, suggesting that they work together.
“And S+C+A+R+R has now been living at my house for almost a year, making songs at Watchtower Studio. He puts himself in a corner and works for hours on his music… Sometimes I only remember he’s there when he bumps into a keyboard or grabs a snack!”
S+C+A+R+R is very set on his artistic ideas, he knows what he wants, and when he performs, it feels like his life depends on it. Although at first glance they may seem very different, Dan Levy is like that too. Their chemistry quickly became clear, there was something special between them. It is probably the most important collaboration for Dan Levy since The Dø.