LADYTRON ANNOUNCE ‘FAR FROM HOME – NIGHT VERSIONS’ REMIX EP + FREE DOWNLOAD – NORTH AMERICAN FALL AND WINTER TOUR DATES

LADYTRON ANNOUNCE ‘FAR FROM HOME – NIGHT VERSIONS’ REMIX EP IN ADVANCE OF THEIR  NORTH AMERICAN FALL AND WINTER TOUR DATES

LADYTRON GIVE THEIR FANS FREE DOWNLOAD OF LEAD REMIX OF “FAR FROM HOME” BY DAVE THE HUSTLER AHEAD OF ITS OFFICIAL RELEASE THIS FRIDAY. 

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‘FAR FROM HOME – NIGHT VERSIONS’ TO BE RELEASED AUGUST 30 UPCOMING LIVE SHOWS INCLUDE NY, BOSTON, TORONTO, CHICAGO, SEATTLE , PORTLAND AND MORE

“The electro-goth icons proved elusive as ever in their return earlier this year at a two-night stint in LA.” – FLOOD

Ahead of their North American October and December tour dates, U.K. synthpop quartet Ladytron announce the upcoming release of Far From Home – Night Versions, a remix EP for the single “Far From Home” from their critically acclaimed LP, Ladytron, their first album in eight years. The remix EP will feature reworks by Lucas FrotaBlakkat, Dave the Hustler, Wetworks, plus Hiroko Yamamura and Eric Elvambuena. Dave the Hustler’s remix is being offered as a free download via Bandcampand Soundcloud today, August 7 and will be available on Spotify, Apple Music and other streaming platforms August 9. With its punched up electro/new wave vibe, this remix should appeal to fans of “Destroy Everything You Touch” while the other remixes will appeal to a broad range of dance music fans. The Blakkat edit of the Lucas Frota remix is a haunting slice of tribal funk full of disembodied voices and intoxicating rhythms. The Lucas Frota remix goes deeper still into tribal funk territory. The punishing Wetworks remix is much darker in tone, with a heavy industrial edge. Chicago heads Hiroko Yamamura and Eric Elvambuena go for a dubbier feel that creates a gothic deep house banger. The Far From Home – Night Versions EP will be out August 30. 

Following a string of sold out West Coast shows earlier this year, Ladytron will be hitting the East Coast for the first time in eight years this October with stops in New YorkBoston, Montreal, and Toronto. In December, they’ll embark on another set of live shows including Chicago, Seattle, Portland and Berkeley. It will be the latest round of highly anticipated live dates for the group comprised of Helen Marnie, Reuben Wu, Mira Aroyo, and Daniel Hunt. Fans can expect to hear songs from their vast catalog including “Playgirl,”“Seventeen, and ”Ace of Hz” as well as highlights from their critically acclaimed self- titled 2019 LP release. 

Ladytron Live Dates 

10/02 NYC – Brooklyn Steel – Tickets
10/03 Boston – Royale – Tickets 
10/04 Montreal – Le SAT – Tickets 
10/05 Toronto – Danforth Music Hall – Tickets  
10/18 Edinburgh – La Belle Angele – Tickets 
10/19 Manchester – O2 Ritz – Tickets 
10/24 London – Heaven – Tickets 
12/11 Chicago – Metro – Tickets 
12/12 Seattle – Neptune – Tickets 
12/13 Portland – Wonderland Ballroom – Tickets 
12/14 Berkeley – The UC Theatre – Tickets

Listen to “Far From Home” (Dave the Hustler Remix) here:

Praise for Ladytron

“Ladytron’s new songs sound right at home alongside fellow conceptual electronic pop artists like SOPHIE, Robyn and Christine & The Queens.” – NPR

“An immersive, invigorating and convincingly brooding stomp” – The Guardian (4/5)

“They are the dystopian band for these dystopian times.” – Pitchfork (7.7)

“‘All the right noises in all the right places…another fine addition to an already impressive body of work.” – Drowned in Sound

“Giorgio Moroder and Donna Summer dropped in liquid nitrogen…easily Ladytron’s best album since 2005’s Witching Hour.” – Brooklyn Vegan

“A more complex sound, hinting at a world full of discontent…The result is a complementary combination, like adding syrup to effervescence.” – BUST Mag (5/5)

“Ethereal and feathery…Dark times, but Ladytron soundtrack them beautifully.” – MOJO (4/5)

“This self-titled effort sees the band re-embrace the icy dread of their first releases while adopting a more muscular sensibility.” – UNCUT (7/10)

“A record that is both out of time and completely of the moment.” – Classic Pop

“The group explores a panorama of moods and textures through the LP, revealing not just their musical depths, but also the influence they’ve had on new bands like CHVRCHES, Chromatics, and countless others.” – Flood

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