The track, which appeared on Kygo's momentous third studio album Golden Hour, was stripped down in stunning fashion via a virtual set. Each artist patched in from their own homes and went on to seamlessly collaborate on the show. Performances like these push the envelope of the robust livestreaming landscape in the wake of COVID-19, which continues to decimate the live entertainment industry.
You can check out the performance below.
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