17-GRAMMY award-winner Sting views the long list of songs he’s written as living, breathing organisms which is why he is regularly adding variations to them and re-imagining their arrangements.
Whether it’s performing new renditions live on stage or with the release of his current album, “My Songs” – a collection of updated and modernized iterations of some of his most celebrated songs – Sting approaches his renowned catalog with dynamism.
So, it’s no surprise that he decided to re-record “Don’t Stand So Close to Me”- which he originally recorded with The Police in 1980 – set in a brand new, contemporary context.
Sting’s vocals on this new version were produced Martin Kierszenbaum (Madonna, Lady Gaga, Robyn) and set over a propulsive, futuristic electronic track created and produced by GRAMMY-award winner Dave Audé.
The result is “Don’t Stand So Close to Me (Dave Audé Remix)” which is already spreading across virtual dance floors around the world & was featured on Spotify’s “New Music Wednesday.”
Sting – Don’t Stand So Close to Me (Dave Aude Remix)
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