News Shame announce ‘Born In Luton Remixes’ EP

Shame announce 'Born In Luton Remixes' EP

Listen to the remix from Parquet Courts’ Austin Brown now.

Following the release of ‘Drunk Tank Pink’ at the beginning of this year, Shame have announced that they’ll be sharing a new EP made up of remixes of ‘Born In Luton’ on 23rd July!

Featuring reworkings from Pelada, dj dairy (black midi), PVA and Glows, today Austin Brown of Parquet Courts is sharing his ‘Maximum Security Remix’ of the track.

“They’re gonna have to reopen the Hacienda for this one,” he says. “Inspired by Ron Hardy’s Chicago Music Box and Belgian New Beat, this is one for the promo bin to all your fav DJs for their online radio streams and 2am playlist slots on CDJs worldwide for covid-free club summer.”

Check it out below, and revisit our chat with Shame from our February issue now!

‘Born In Luton Remixes’ EP Tracklisting:
1. Born in Luton - Pelada Remix
2. Born in Luton - dj dairy (black midi) Remix
3. Born in Luton - PVA Remix
4. Born in Luton - Maximum Security (Austin Brown/Parquet Courts) Remix
5. Born in Luton - Glows Remix

See Shame live at the following dates:

JULY
25 - Latitude Festival, Southwold

AUGUST
20 - Green Man Festival - Brecon Beacons
21 - Lowlands Festival - Biddinghuizen, Netherlands
22 - Pukkelpop - Kiewit/Hasselt, Belgium
29 - Todays Festival - Turin, Italy

SEPTEMBER
03 - Wide Awake Festival, Herne Hill
04 - Festival Détination - Beseançon, France
25 - Levitation - Angers, France

NOVEMBER
09 - Tramshed, Cardiff
10 - The Mill, Birmingham
12 - Brixton Electric, London
13 - Brixton Electric, London
15 - Chalk, Brighton
16 - Waterfront, Norwich
17 - Leadmill, Sheffield
19 - Beckett’s Union, Leeds
20 - QMU, Glasgow
21 - Boiler Shop, Newcastle
23 - The Junction, Cambridge
24 - O2 Ritz, Manchester
25 - Hangar 34, Liverpool
26 - SWX, Bristol

FEBRUARY 2022
07 - Rickshaw Theatre - Vancouver, BC
08 - The Crocodile - Seattle, WA
09 - Doug Fir Lounge - Portland, OR
11 - Great American Music Hall - San Francisco, CA
14 - The Casbah - San Diego, CA
15 - Club Congress - Tucson, AZ
17 - Mohawk - Austin, TX
18 - Tulips - Fort Worth, TX
19 - George’s Majestic Lounge - Fayetteville, AR
20 - The Bottleneck - Lawrence, KS
22 - Fine Line - Minneapolis, MN
23 - Thalia Hall - Chicago, IL
25 - Skully’s Music Diner - Columbus, OH
26 - Mahall’s - Lakewood, OH
27 - The Opera House - Toronto, ON

MARCH
01 - Theatre Fairmont - Montreal, QC
03 - The Sinclair - Cambridge, MA
04 - Webster Hall - New York, NA
05 - First Unitarian Church - Philadelphia, PA
07 - Black Cat - Washington, DC
08 - Motorco Music Hall - Durham, NC
09 - Terminal West - Atlanta, GA
11 - Exit In - Nashville, TN
12 - Saturn - Birmingham, AL
13 - Gasa Gasa - New Orleans, LA
30 - Paradiso - Amsterdam, Netherlands
31 - Trix VZW - Antwerpen, Belgium

APRIL
01 - Bataclan - Paris, France
02 - Mascotte - Zurich, Switzerland
04 - Strom - Munich, Germany
05 - Festsaal Kreuzberg - Berlin, Germany
06 - Knust - Hamburg, Germany
08 - VEGA - Copenhagen, Denmark
09 - Debaser Strand - Stockholm, Sweden
10 - Rockefeller - Oslo, Norway
12 - Vera, Groningen, Netherlands
13 - Den Atelier - Luxembourg, Luxembourg
14 - CBE - Cologne, Germany

MAY
21 - Tomavistas Festival - Madrid, Spain

JUNE
04 - Primavera Sound - Barcelona, Spain


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