Newcastle DJ and producer Cristoph had a big year last year thanks to his global hit, "Breathe" with Camelphat, and now he's looking to repeat that success with this new remix of "Sweet Disposition" by Australian indie band The Temper Trap. The late 2000s hit should be instantly recognisable when the anthemic vocals rise from the techy melodies and driving rhythm, but even those unfamiliar with the original will still feel the effects on the dancefloor.

Speaking with Complex via email, Cristoph explained: "The whole track came about because of a slight obsession with the original vocal. I wanted to make a personal edit for my own sets. I sent it over to Eric Prydz who played it that day at Escape Festival in America. Videos emerged on the internet straight away so we sent it over to a select few DJs, one of which being Pete Tong who opened his BBC Radio 1 show with it."

Listen below before it officially drops tomorrow (September 20).