Following the success of last year's 1000 Forms Of Fear, next week Sia will spin off a bundle of six remixes of moody early single "Big Girls Cry." Already electro-duo Odesza has delivered their glitchy reworking, and now Jack Antonoff of Bleachers has delivered his commissioned take as well. It's a bit electrified and a lot amplified, flipping what once an intimate ballad into an arena crashing anthem. "Absolutely no one has a voice like Sia's," says Antonoff. "Not just her literal voice, which comes from some deep guttural place I can only begin to imagine, but her storytelling voice. She manages to capture this very specific pain, and her images are so unusual and perfect. I just loved working on this." Big Girls Cry (The Remixes) is out April 28.