Ever since claiming the mantle as the most-played unreleased song of EDC Las Vegas 2022, "Laserbeam" has become a staple of the festival scene seemingly overnight. Now the fervor around the freshly released track is likely only going to grow further, all thanks to Chris Lake, who debuted a scorching edit of the track over the weekend.
The secret weapon instantly stole the spotlight during Lake's headlining set at Black Book In The Park. Not only was it wholly unexpected, but Lake's approach was also truly transformative in turning the headbang-worthy single into a groove-inducing bout of house music.
Naturally, artists and fans alike are eager to make it known they want to see this remix officially released.
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Luckily, that prospect perhaps isn't too far outside the realm of possibility after Lake himself chimed in on Twitter to reveal that he'd received the stems from Volpe himself in order to create a high-quality edit for his sets. The "Turn Off The Lights" producer even tipped his hat to the bassheads, noting he thinks the original is "brilliant."
At the time of writing, neither Volpe nor Lake have confirmed if the remix will be released in an official capacity.