David Lynch collaborates with Moby and Bastille for Record Store Day EP – listen

'The Big Dream Remix EP' 12" will be available on clear red vinyl

David Lynch has announced details of a remix EP for Record Store Day 2014.

The producer/musician and director will release a series of remixes from his 2013 album 'The Big Dream', featuring tracks from Moby, Bastille and Bjorn Yttling of Peter Bjorn and John.

Moby will provide a reworking of the album's title track with additional vocals from Mindy Jones – listen to the track above. Bastille, meanwhile, takes on Are You Sure', while Bjorn Yttling has remixed 'We Rolled Together'. DJ Hot Since 82 has provided his version of 'Wishing Well'.

The EP will be David Lynch's first ever Record Store Day release. The 12" will be available on clear, red vinyl and will be limited to 500 copies in the UK. It will come with an MP3 download code.

Record Store day 2014 will take place on April 19. Public Enemy's Chuck D is the official ambassador of this year's event. Speaking about his appointment, he commented: "In this age where industry has threaded the music sound with virtual sight and story I am honoured to be called upon to be Record Store Day Ambassador of 2014. With the masses, neck bent into their smartphones, let all of us music lovers GPS our way into a reality that is the Record Store. It's worth a great try, let's do this."

David Lynch 'The Big Dream Remix EP' tracklisting:

'Wishing Well' (Hot Since 82 remix)
'Are You Sure' (Bastille remix)
'The Big Dream' (Moby Reversion Featuring Mindy Jones)
'We Rolled Together' (Yttling remix)

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