Rixton's Version of "Where Are U Now" Makes Us Want To Stay In Bed and Deal With Our Emotions

We can't deal with the four-piece band's version of this heartbreaking song right now.
by Ayessa De La Peña   |  Jun 3, 2015
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We really can't pinpoint where we started feeling all these emotions after we hit play button on English band Rixton's cover of Skrillex and Diplo's "Where Are U Now" featuring Justin Bieber for BBC Radio 1. Maybe it was when they began singing the first few lines of the track or when they finally got to the chorus. Or maybe whenever the line "Where are you now that I need you?" comes and Jake Roche seems like he's going to break down and cry while singing this hit. Ahhh, you have to see it for yourselves, Candy Girls!

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Make sure you watch the video until the very last second, you guys. The ending is a bit hilarious.

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Ayessa De La Peña
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I am Candymag.com's resident fangirl and ~*feelings*~ girl. When I'm not busy researching about what to write next on the website, I sleep, read books, and re-watch episodes of Friends.
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