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This Slowed-Down Version Of A Calvin Harris Hit Is What We All Need To Just Relax

Hear "Feels" in a new way.

We all love a good party track, and Calvin Harris' "Feels" is no exception. The original, featuring Pharrell Williams, Katy Perry, and Big Sean, came out earlier this summer, and it has more than 228 million plays on Spotify to date.

But recently, members of the indie pop band Fickle Friends slowed things down in BBC Radio 1's Live Lounge, performing "Feels" with piano instrumentals and Natti Shiner on vocals. 


Fickle Friends also performed "Glue," a single from their new EP, while in the studio. Other tracks from the EP include "Sugar" and "Vanilla." 

In an interview with PopCrush, Shiner says of the EP:

"The songs are written almost a year apart. But they're all kinda relationship scenarios, and I have a thing for looking at love as something edible. Like a consumable substance. Sometimes it's a bit bitter, sometimes sickly sweet. And sometimes it's lustful and sticky (like glue)."

The group is now touring throughout the U.K., stopping in places such as Glasgow, Sheffield, and Manchester, to name a few. 

"We just want this tour to be a big step up. We mean business," Shiner adds in the interview. 

You can check out both of their BBC performances in the videos below:

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