London’s Natalie Reiss has released “Lo-Fi,” the second single from her forthcoming EP, following “Good Intentions” and the Timothy Clerkin remix of “Good Intentions” released via Ransom Note Records.

Reiss made and released music in her native Sydney, Australia some years back, and has been recognised by Triple J Unearthed and the International Songwriting Competition, but it wasn’t until she moved to the UK that she was met with a bizarre incident—where a man in Germany stole her music and uploaded it to a free downloads site—where her songs were downloaded thousands of times and illegally used in everything from a tourism commercial to Russian makeup tutorials on YouTube. Reiss will now release her debut EP and in support of the release, she has shared a Timothy Clerkin remix of “Good Intentions,” available to download now via he WeTransfer button below—or here for EU readers due to temporary GDPR restrictions.