Even if you don't think you know Yazoo's 1982 classic "Don't Go," you probably do. That tinkering synth riff intro is iconic to the new wave movement and everything that would become '80s culture (read: overgrown bangs, severe eye-makeup, computers). It's got more than 53.5 million views on one bootleg YouTube video uploaded since 2012.
No doubt it was a little daunting when Oliver Heldens and Riton got to sampling that generational gem, but the collaborative "Turn Me On" is a most righteous disco-house sequal, and even Yazoo songwriter Vince Clarke (also of Depeche Mode, Erasure and more), had to give his approval.
"I always wanted to be the Alison Moyet to Vince Clarke in Yazoo,” Riton is quoted in a press release. “The lovely chap has let me sample his smash hit ‘Don’t Go.' I’m honoured. Thank you to the big man.”