"Remind Me" is the fourth single by Norwegian duo Röyksopp. The single version of "Remind Me" is a remix and is substantially different from the album version. The vocals on the song are provided by Kings of Convenience singer Erlend Øye.
"Remind Me" has become somewhat famous in the United States due to its association with GEICO insurance. In the fourth GEICO caveman-themed advertisement, a caveman dressed in upscale clothes and carrying a tennis racket is on a moving walkway at an airport. He spots a billboard for GEICO featuring an overly silly representation of a caveman, along with the insulting phrase, "So easy, a caveman could do it." The album version of "Remind Me" plays in the background throughout.
The song "Remind Me" is also famous for its computer animated video, directed by the French motion graphics studio H5. It features a day in the life of a woman working in London's Square Mile solely through infographics; this includes labelled close-ups of everyday objects, product lifecycles, schematic diagrams, charts, and is generally illustrated in a simple isometric visual style. "Someone Else's Radio Mix" is the mix used for the audio track in accordance with the single release. An advertisement for Areva, also created by H5, employs a very similar visual style. The promo won the award for Best Video at the MTV Europe Music Awards 2002.