The Postal Service – Such Great Heights (Team Bayside High Remix) : Indie / Trap Remix [Free Download]

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The Postal Service‘s indie anthem “Such Great Heights” just got a proper trap treatment thanks to Chicago based Team Bayside High. They flipped the iconic electronic fueled track and added all the right trap elemenets to completely flip it into a trap banger. They leave us with a completely new track that sounds nothing like the melodic original. Enjoy the free download, and remember the The Postal Service is coming out with their 10 year Anniversary Re-Issue of their Such Great Heights album, complete with two new songs including the already featured  “A Tattered Line of String”. Grab the download, turn this up, enjoy!

The Postal Service – Such Great Heights (Team Bayside High Remix) | Direct Download

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4 Comments to “The Postal Service – Such Great Heights (Team Bayside High Remix) : Indie / Trap Remix [Free Download]”

  • well that was disappointing. Had its moments I guess

  • This website is usually full of quality. Where was the filter on this one?
    This was not good. Or even close to being a well constructed piece of music. 1/10.

  • don’t listen to these haters..I love this track

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