Bonnie 'Prince' Billy reworks new Hot Chip single

The alt.folk singer provides vocals on 'I Feel Bonnie'

Bonnie 'Prince' Billy reworks new Hot Chip single

Photo: David Edwards

US folk singer Bonnie 'Prince' Billy has teamed up with Hot Chip for a new version of the band's forthcoming single 'I Feel Better'.

Called 'I Feel Bonnie', the reworking of the track features vocals from the singer, real name Will Oldham, and will be available exclusively on a limited edition of 1,000 7-inch records on April 17, which is UK Record Store Day.

Head to Recordstoreday.com for the full list of special releases so far for this year's event.

Meanwhile the House Mix of the track will be out on a 12-inch, which will also feature remixes from Richard X, Den Haan and Ill Blu.

'I Feel Better' is released on April 19. See next week's issue of NME, on UK newstands from March 30, for a Hot Chip interview.


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