Eight years ago Swedish dance music producer Adrian Lux released what was one of his biggest hits so far – Teenage Crime. I don’t know about you but back then the track was a more or less guilty pleasure for me, delivering a certain uplifting vibe, paired with youthful and summerly melancholia. I think it had a lot to do with Linnéa Martinsson’s tender vocal performance back then and the overall ‘not-in-your-face’ vibe of the track (which obviously excludes the Axwell rework).

And it turned out I wasn’t the only one affected by the track. Swedish artist STRØM is also a big fan of tht tune ever since it was first released. Today, we’re happy unveil his rework of Teenage Crime which takes the melancholic and more emotional aspects of the original and puts them in a gentle futuristic pop setting. It’s a great way of adding a new level to this piece of music, don’t you agree. Following our first encounter with the artist last year, STRØM prefers to remain mysterious as he doesn’t have any social media channels or other online presence besides his music. And that’s just one more reason why you should hit that ‘Play’ button right here.