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- Posted on May 17th 2010 10:30AM by Benjy Eisen
"'Drive In' was written in an apartment in Berlin, which we rented on our off days during our European tour last May," Zilla tells Spinner. "Even though we are currently working on solo endeavors, we wanted to give out one of our last songs together for our super loyal fans."
Thunderheist always wanted to work with Drop the Limes as a remixer but never got the chance. So when Bacardi asked them for a 'Drive In' remix, they took the opportunity to fulfill final wishes. Even though the Thunderheist story doesn't have a happy ending, per se, the remix still leaves things with the glass half full: "This song used to be a very sad song," Isis tells Spinner. "And now it's a very happy song. It's a happy breakup song!"
Check out the video below and walk away smiling.