Indie-pop group END OF THE WORLD teamed with Stockholm, Sweden’s melodic house DJ Steerner to deliver the latest and most experimental remix of their hit dance single “One More Night”, premiering today on Substream. The collaboration is the latest and final in a series of “One More Night” remixes that have come from world-class talents like MAKO, RYAN RIBACK, GREY, and TEP NO.
At 23 years of age, Steerner has made serious streaming breakthroughs as a young independent artist, sharing stages with the likes of Dada Life and Blasterjaxx and having songs like “Friends”, “Sparks”, and “Life”all with millions of streams each on Spotify. End Of The World were elated to have “One More Night” remixed by Steerner, saying “His young energy and great taste has made One More Night brand new again!”
With a mix of tropical-tinged percussion, jangly guitar, and electro-dance keys, the Steerner remix of “One More Night” forms a fittingly eclectic, diverse sound, yet one that retains the melodic and vocal vibrance of the original. Given End Of The World’s and Steerner’s respective homebases of Tokyo and Stockholm, this final remix showcases both artists’ international appeal, creative versatility, and talent for creating lush, energetic atmospheres with their music.
“One More Night” was the Tokyo-based group’s first step towards releasing music in the U.S. The theme origin for the band name End Of The World began at the lowest point of lead singer-songwriter Fukase’s life. Due to his continuous battle with mental illness, Fukase checked himself into a mental hospital at 17 years old and spent a year of his life in psychiatric care. In order to regain what had been lost in his life, he began fully enveloping himself in his music and found renewed life through penning his honest feelings into song. Years later, Fukase reconnected with a few childhood friends and began writing and playing music as a group. The result of these writing sessions created a unique blend of Top 40 pop-hooks with lyrics themed to subjects like atheism and anarchy. As a nod to Fukase’s history in the inception of his music, the band collectively chose the name SEKAI NO OWARI, which translates to End of the World. Despite the ominous name, it was a new beginning for the band.