Ilya Kuvshinov2

Chet Faker has created a new interpretation of his addictive single from last year “1998” by collaborating with the sultry sounds of songstress Banks. Overall the groove structurally stays the same but as soon as the new 2nd verse comes in with the swagger of Banks vocals, the vibe becomes as smooth as can be. Together the duo offers a rather perfect pairing which offers a male and female duet that immerses into one by the end. Enjoy!

Just look at what you’ve done
Promised you’d scratch my back
While you stabbed my back
We used to be friends


Listen to Chet Faker :: 1998 (Featuring Banks) below:


Watch the video for the original version of Chet Faker’s “1998” below:

Artwork by Ilya Kuvshinov

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