In its Original Mix form, Paul takes it down a cooler, more subliminal production path. Reflecting that, the UK-based singer lends it a wholly entrancing vocal performance – one that DJ Mag UK said (in an advance 8/10 review) “could be Sue McLaren’s best yet”.
Remixes come from long time van Dyk studio confident (and ‘POD3’ collaborator) Giuseppe Ottaviani, who, through floor empowering trance, drives ‘Lights’ later into the night. Having already excelled on his ‘Only In A Dream’ rewire, and with remix credits for Tiësto and others to his name, Owen Westlake has deeper, housier designs for the release. Finding middle-ground between the two, Berliner Wee-O’s summer summarising remake has ‘outdoor’ stamped all over it and brings ‘Lights’ its utopic festival moment.