Unloved have got some brand new remixes of tracks from their recent & critically acclaimed second album, ‘Heartbreak’, released earlier this year. Check out the bands European headline shows taking place in May.

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This special remix bundle features a Limiñanas remix of ‘Devil’s Angels’, an Andy Votel & Jane Weaver one of Lee, Bloom takes on ‘Fail We May, Sail We Must’ and Andrew Weatherall provides his take of ‘Devil’s Angels’.


Talking about their remix of ‘Devil’s Angels’, Lio Limiñana of The Limiñanas said:

“A few years ago a theme, the theme of a film upset me. It was David Holmes’ “69 Police”. This music I listened to in the bus that took me to work, then in the tour van and even today I play it in my DJ set. I find the melancholy and darkness that makes it the “Green Onions” of today. Green Onions never left me either, since I was 14 when I was a young mod in a very small town in the south of France. Last summer while I was touring I received some music and a remix proposal from one of my idols. The headphones resting on my ears, I had the impression that psychedelic sirens had seized the studio to reinvent the pop of the sixties, the girl bands of Phil Spector with a strong will to make the whole world dance. It was a huge responsibility and it was an apprenticeship. (In general it’s me who asks others to remix what I’m doing). I enjoyed it immensely and it was an honour. I hope you will like it.”

Last month Unloved released a very special reworking of their track ‘Remember’ by duo Cat’s Eyes which you can listen to here. Additionally, the band are releasing an instrumental version of ‘Heartbreak’ for Record Store Day.

The album is a very special companion piece to ‘Heartbreak’ featuring instrumental versions of the tracks which reveal the full depth of the album’s productions and give a fresh perspective on the cinematic beauty of the music, as used in the soundtrack for hit BBC Spy drama Killing Eve. Perfectly complemented by pulp romance cover inspired artwork by Julian House, director of the band’s ‘Heartbreak’ and ‘Guilty Of Love’ music videos, further details of this limited release can be found here.


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