Acid Arab have remixed “Auaati,” a cut from Léonie Pernet‘s album Crave.

Released on Infiné Music in September of last year, Crave features 12 cinematic tracks that pull from new wave, post-punk, synth pop, ambient, and Arabic influences. Earlier this year, Pernet released a video by French director Lesly Lynch for album cut “Auaati,” on which Pernet enlists Hanaa Ouassim to sing about the anxiety, difficulties, and questions faced by the Queer Muslim community in New York. The track now gets the remix treatment from collaborators Acid Arab, who twist the cinematic pop of the original into deep and haunting acid territory. 

You can grab Acid Arab’s remix via WeTransfer below, along with the video for “Auaati,” with Crave available here.

Due to issues regarding the GDPR, EU readers can download the track here.