Alt-pop star Oliver Tree has enlisted Zeds Dead for a fiery new remix of his 2019 record "Miracle Man." The move sees Tree further aligning with the top producers in bass music after NGHTMRE remixed another recent Oliver Tree cut, "Hurt," earlier this year.
Oliver Tree is no stranger to bold new ideas and controlled chaos. Those themes have been especially relevant to Tree's sophomore EP, Do You Feel Me? which features the quirky songwriter's strongest work yet.
Among the standout tracks on his sophomore EP, "Miracle Man" was quickly identified as a fan favorite. The song received a memorable music video to match which featured Tree walking away from his own car crash.
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Contributing to the chaotic spectacle's next chapter is none other than Zeds Dead, who've put their own bass driven spin to the original. Tree has taken a liking to remixes from prominent bass artists in recent memory. His top hit "Hurt" received a similarly high energy remix from NGHTMRE - which the two performed live at Coachella this year.
Listen to Zeds Dead's remix of "Miracle Man" out now via Atlantic Records.