Watch: One Of The Most Breathtaking Covers of Zedd's "Find You" You'll Ever Hear

November 11, 2014 -

Christopher Lavinio

As Zedd's collaborative hit "Find You" featuring Matthew Koma and Miriam Bryant took over the first half of 2014, the acoustic renditions and remixes have been piling in. But, there's always a great surprise and gem to be found, even if it's months after the initial influx of remixes and covers. The breathtaking combination of acoustic piano melody and synthesizing launchpad production made way for Exige's cinematic and euphoric cover of the Zedd tune. Here's what the Australian producer had to say about composing the cover:

Back in February of this year, I wanted to show you all what I can do as a musician. Having been a pianist all of my life, and as of recently an electronic producer as well, I decided that I wanted both of these worlds to collide. This is the result. I feel like this is just the beginning, and I can't wait to show you all what's coming next! As for now, this is for you. Enjoy.

Nonetheless, the Australian mastermind delivers with the cinematic cover of the year, allowing for his brilliant arpeggiation and launchpad work to perfectly blend into a thing of pure beauty and artistic gravitas. Watch and enjoy below!

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