Australian indie rockers The Temper Trap are currently on tour in support of their self-titled sophomore album. Joining them for a portion of their promotional travels has been fellow Aussie artist Chet Faker. Faker recently unveiled his molassified version of the band’s record “Trembling Hands,” and shared the following comments with Rolling Stone about the remix.

“I feel like people aren’t completely used to the idea of a musician/producer yet. I try and use a different process and aim for a different sound for a remix than I would for an original,” says Faker. “The biggest change I made was shifting the key of the song, which made some notes from the original parts sound ‘out.’ This took a lot of tweaking, but as a result gave the vocals a digitized sound that I ended up using.”

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