Rixton Turn Justin Bieber's 'Where Are Ü Now' Into A Haunting Ballad

On repeat all day.

I've pretty much been obsessed with Justin Bieber, Skrillex and Diplo's “Where Are Ü Now” since the moment it was released, but now I have another reason to love it: Rixton.

The British band -- consisting of Jake Roche, Charley Bagnall, Danny Wilkin and Lewi Morgan -- stopped by BBC Radio 1's "Live Lounge" and put their own spin on it, slowing it down and turning it into a haunting ballad.

Rixton decided to strip the Jack Ü song of its dance beat and inject it with a little bit of an R&B flare, which accentuates the heartbreak in the lyrics. The best part? Jake concludes the song with a little shout-out to Justin saying, "I love you, Justin."

The band, who also performed their new single, "We All Want The Same Thing," got Justin's seal of approval.

The video for "Where Are U Now" should be coming soon. Shortly after he gave Rixton a shout-out, JB revealed some fan art that will be used to create the upcoming music video for the Jack Ü song.

Last week, Skrillex tweeted out an address encouraging fans to draw on Justin Bieber.

They started with a blank canvas.

And finished with some pretty impressive pieces of art.

All I know is that I need this video now.