George Maple has just followed up the GoldLink-assisted "Sticks & Horses" video with this brand new remix from Mad Decent signee Daktyl. Where the original was an 808-led percussive frenzy (co-produced by Maple, alongside long-time friends and collaborators Noah Breakfast, WILLIS and What So Not), Daktyl warps, stretches and filters it through a lens of low-slung trap beats and droning, snarling synths. To complement the Daktyl remix, Maple's also created a new set of entrancing, red-lit visuals. Unlike the original Leticia Dare-directed video, the chaos and kinetic visuals have been replaced by what essentially amounts to a moving photograph, hypnotising and hugely engrossing in its surreality. Daktyl's remix of "Sticks & Horses" is taken from the single's remix package due out on June 10.

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