Equipped with a snappy backing beat (which sort of sounds like Lumidee's "Never Leave You," aka AMAZING), the remix breathes new life into the track, complete with a hint of Middle Eastern flair that'll have you icing your cigars in no time.
Grab your #SURFBOARDT, and report to the dance floor immediately.
In March 2009, he headlined National Student Pride in Brighton's seafront club Digital with Jodie Harsh and Dan Gillespie Sells (The Feeling).
In June 2009, Frankmusik was support act for the Pet Shop Boys in London, Manchester and Liverpool.
If you were to sit down on a sofa opposite this group of merry bandits, you would be close to the spot occupied a week previously by Frankmusik's fellow pop time-traveller La Roux.
Frank, 23, says she snuck in secretly to size up her competition, and if the hype is to be believed, the flame-haired NME favourite has reason to be worried (Frank told the NME last month that he thought she was "La Rude").
His rise to fame was also followed closely by his local radio station, 107.8 Radio Jackie, which was the first station to broadcast his music.
, the Brit is exploring a more organic sound in a very personal song. Ashley Tisdale is wondering that, too, but apparently she thinks it's Fifth Harmony should know better!
In the UK, Gaydar Radio was the first national station to champion Frankmusik and tracks from his debut album, Complete Me.
Initially interviewed by Alex Baker as part of the station's coverage of National Student Pride, Frankmusik performed a number of live tracks, which were then playlisted as part of an album teaser.
[Verse] Life's mysteries You came and answered every one for me I resist, you persist I didn't count on falling suddenly [Pre-Chorus] Yeah, you got me good Giving you my heart Waiting 'round for us to start And there you go Baby, tell me why Can't you just make up your mind?
In a recording studio in Putney, south-west London, Vincent Frank, also known as Frankmusik, stands behind a stack of keyboards.