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Listen: Nite Jewel - 'One Second of Love (Peaking Lights remix)'

Listen: Nite Jewel - 'One Second of Love (Peaking Lights remix)'

by Matt Korman, 20 April 2012

After premiering ‘Lo Hi’ from their upcoming album Lucifer, Peaking Lights have also given us a kitschy remix of Nite Jewel’s ‘One Second of Love,’ which is out now via Secretly Canadian.

You can stream the remix below, and grab Lucifer18 June in Europe and 19 June in the U.S.

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