Northeast Party House give Cub Sport’s ‘Confessions’ the remix treatment

The outfit have turned the hazy track into a dancefloor filler

Dance music aficionados Northeast Party House have released a remix of Cub Sport’s ‘Confessions’, from the Brisbane band’s latest album ‘Like Nirvana’.

The outfit shared their take on the track today (December 30), turning the hazy, candid tune into a dancefloor filler. A faster tempo and thumping bassline replace the sprawling confessional melancholia of the original song, transforming ‘Confessions’ into a very Northeast Party House-style banger.

Listen to the remix below:


Both acts hinted that something new was on the way in the lead up to the track’s release, with Cub Sport taking to Twitter yesterday (December 29).

“Got a surprise for y’all at midnight,” wrote the band, before replying to a comment with a line from ‘Confessions’.

Northeast Party House also took to social media to announce the song’s impending arrival, writing “uploading a new remix… should be up on all streaming services by tomorrow”.


It’s not the first time the Melbourne electronic outfit have reworked a Cub Sport song either, having released a remix of the Brisbane band’s track ‘Break Me Down’ featuring Mallrat earlier this year.

The new track joins a long line of reworked songs from Northeast Party House. Earlier this week, they created a dedicated Spotify playlist to house them all, which includes their remixes of Polish Club‘s ‘Just Talking’, Alice Ivy‘s ‘In My Mind’, Odette and Hermitude‘s ‘Feverbreak’, Client Liaison‘s ‘World Of Our Love’ and The Jungle Giants‘ ‘Feel The Way I Do’, among others.

They’ve also hinted that there are “a bunch more” to come in the new year.