In a world dominated by drops and build-ups, the true musicianship of certain dance acts can sometimes be put in the background when fans see the artist behind the decks. Grandtheft and Delaney Jane’s collaboration, “Easy Go,” is picking up steam in its efforts to cross over into the mainstream with it’s pumping synths and ear-catching topline. To further show the depth of the track, the duo open a window into a stripped down version of the track with an brand-new acoustic video.

Sitting down the grand piano while Delaney Jane takes the mic, the Mad Decent producer constructs an elegant arrangement on the ivory keys that organically pleasing with a subtle, jubilant bounce to it. The video is simple yet refined and successfully affirms Grandtheft’s chops in the acoustic setting. Listen to the acoustic version of “Easy Go” above and stream the originalthe original below:

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