April 4, 2012 22:02

Listen to Wild Beasts 'duet' with 2:54 on new remix

The release of 'You're Early' comes ahead of 2:54's self-tiled debut on May 28

Listen to Wild Beasts 'duet' with 2:54 on new remix

Photo: David Edwards/NME

Wild Beasts have remixed 2:54's new single 'You’re Early'. Scroll down to the bottom of the page to listen to the song.

Frontman Hayden Thorpe sings alongside 2:54's Colette Thurlow on the reworking of track, set to appear as the B-side to the single, released April 9. The remix is Wild Beasts' first since they tweaked Lady Gaga's 'You and I' last summer.

The London-based 2:54, made up of sisters Colette and Hannah Thurlow, release their debut, self-titled album on May 28.

2:54 are currently touring the UK. They play:

Manchester Deaf Institute (April 4)
Glasgow Captain’s Rest Glasgow (5)
Bristol Thekla (10)
Brighton The Green Door Store (11)
Tunbridge Wells Forum (12)
Liverpool The Shipping Forecast (13)
Leeds, UK Cockpit (14)
London Scala (June 7)




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