October 11, 2011 15:36
Massive Attack post Burial remix of new single 'Four Walls' online – video
Electronic heavyweights team up for remix project
Massive Attack have posted the first track from their new collaboration with Burial online – scroll down to the bottom of the page and click to listen.
'Four Walls' is taken from the Massive Attack vs Burial split 12" 'Four Walls'/'Paradise Circus', which sees the London DJ and producer remix two tracks by the Bristol-based group. 'Four Walls' is a previously unheard track, while 'Paradise Circus' featured on Massive Attack’s 2010 album 'Heligoland’.
A limited edition vinyl version of 'Four Walls'/'Paradise Circus' will be released on October 17, which will include a hand-numbered sleeve and artwork designed by Massive Attack’s Robert '3D' Del Naja. However, the 1,000 copies have now sold out and are no longer available to order online.
Burial released his comeback single 'Street Halo' earlier this year. The track, which was released in March, was his first solo release since 2009. His last studio album, 'Untrue’, was released in 2007.
His collaboration songs with Radiohead’s Thom Yorke and Four Tet were also released earlier this year.
Stars including Gary Barlow, Tinchy Stryder and Chipmunk, meanwhile, have recorded a cover of Massive Attack's song 'Teardrop' for this year's Children In Need campaign.
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