Listen alt-J share Little Simz & OTG version of ‘3WW’, announce further UK shows

alt-J share Little Simz & OTG version of ‘3WW’, announce further UK shows

The track gets taken from their forthcoming remix album ‘Reduxer’.

Having already showcased their Pusha T and Twin Shadow collaboration last month, alt-J have now shared a second taste of their forthcoming remix album ‘Reduxer’.

This time, it’s ‘3WW’ that gets the remix treatment, with the help from Little Simz and OTG.

“We are very excited to share this reinterpretation of 3WW with you,” the band have said, in a press release. “Little Simz is a huge talent from our adopted home of London, and what she and OTG have done blows our minds. Let us know what you think…”

The track gets taken from the band’s new record, which features new, re-worked versions of tracks from last year’s ‘Relaxer’ LP and includes collaborations with the likes of Danny Brown, Little Simz, Rejjie Snow and more. It gets released on 28th September via Infectious Music.

The trio have also added two new shows to their upcoming UK run - including a second night at London’s Royal Albert Hall.

Listen to ‘3WW (feat. Little Simz) (OTG Version)’ below, and check out their upcoming tour dates beneath the player.

OCTOBER
15 Dublin, Olympia Theatre
16 Dublin, Olympia Theatre
17 Dublin, Olympia Theatre (New show)
21 Glasgow, SEC Armadillo
23 Leeds, Town Hall
24 Leicester, De Montfort Hall
25 Gateshead, Sage
28 Manchester, Bridgewater Hall
29 London, Royal Albert Hall
30 London, Royal Albert Hall (New show)

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