This Love Makes Me..
Have you ever experienced a love that completely brought out the worst in you? To the point that you questioned yourself? I feel that. But sometimes, that leaves you breathless. And, that’s what Breathless did effortlessly in his remix of Bad Things, an original by Lizzy Land. Check out Breathless Remix Bad Things.
When I was on my way back from Electric Forest, I was in a rut. And it was until I heard a beautiful remix of Lizzy Land’s “Bad Things. I quickly looked and it was no other than Breathless. And truly, I wasn’t expecting the beautiful breakdown to follow. It went from subtly to absolutely grabbing your heart and tugging on the strings. It broke me to the core and it revitalized my strength, giving me the cry I needed after a long weekend.
More About Breathless
Breathless is a fairly new electronic act that will have you feeling every sort of emotion. Specializing in emotional melodic bass music, he is inspired by artists such as Illenium and Adventure Club. He began his journey into songwriting and production 2 years ago. Since then, he has been honing his craft and successfully creating gorgeous landscapes and heartwarming melodies that will have the listener wanting more. This summer, he has released his first single “U and I”, and has multiple remixes headed for release.
We got a chance to talk with the mastermind behind the remix of Bad Things Himself.
Tell us about the overall inspiration of the song?:
I was scouring through blogs and came across the original, the vocal pulled me in immediately but the arrangement and style of the song was very indie. When I reached out to Lizzy Land’s management and they sent me the stems. I probably listened to the acapella 20 times just on its own I was so in love with it haha. I messed around with the arrangement of it and started working on the intro, I really envisioned the vocal on top of a super emotive environment, and that’s how the string section was made. From there it was just a matter of keeping the emotional intensity of the song throughout, I messed around with a few different melodies for the drop until I wrote one that I felt did the rest of the track justice. It’s certainly been one of the most emotional songs I’ve ever made