Au Revoir Simone plan remix album, ‘Spectrums’

Au Revoir Simone plan remix album, ‘Spectrums’

The digital collection features contributions from the likes of NZCA/Lines and Friendly Fires’ Jack Savidge.

Au Revoir Simone have announced they’re to release a remix album.

The digital collection, titled ‘Spectrums’ in reference to latest album, ‘Move In Spectrums’, will feature reworkings of tracks from that record, with contributions from the likes of NZCA/Lines, Friendly Fires’ Jack Savidge and Clock Opera.

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The track listing is:

More Than (Passarella Death Squad Remix)
Lead Is Galloping (Babe Remix)
Crazy (Jack Savidge Remix)
We Both Know (Pete Wiggs Remix)
Just Like A Tress (Tyde Remix)
Somebody Who (NZCA Lines Remix)
Gravitron (In Fields Remix)
Boiling Point (Kiwi Remix)
Love You Don’t Know Me (I Am The Cosmos Remix)
Hand Over Hand (Baum Remix)
Let The Night Win (Clock Opera Remix)
We Both Know (White Collar Boy Remix)
Crazy (Birthday Sex Remix)
Somebody Who (The Shoes & San Zhi Remix)
Somebody Who (Machines In Heaven Remix)
Love You Don’t Love Me (B£AMS Remix)
Let The Night Win (c U P Remix)
Crazy (Birthday Sex Remix Instrumental)
Somebody Who (Dubka Remix)

‘Spectrums’ will be released on 25th August via Moshi Moshi.

Au Revoir Simone have a series of tour dates both European and North American planned.

JULY
1 Washington, DC Rock & Roll Hotel
2 Allston, MA Brighton Music Hall
10-12 Lisbon Optimus Alive
11-13 Liège Les Ardentes
21 Vancouver, BC Biltmore Cabaret
25 San Francisco, CA The Independent
26 West Hollywood, CA The Roxy Theatre
27 Santa Ana, CA The Observatory
28 San Diego, CA The Casbah

AUGUST
4 Winnipeg, MB Burton Cummings Theatre (with Broken Bells)
6 Calgary, AB Jack Singer Concert Hall (with Broken Bells)
7 Edmonton, AB Winspear Centre (with Broken Bells)

Listen to NZCA/Lines’ ‘Somebody Who’ remix below.

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