Band rework track from singer's 'How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful' album
Hot Chip have remixed Florence + The Machine’s track ‘Queen Of Peace’.
The electronic band have shared their reworked version of the song, which is taken from Florence + The Machine’s most recent album ‘How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful’.
Florence recently unveiled a video for the track. The ‘Queen Of Peace’ video was produced by long-time Florence collaborator Vincent Haycock, and filmed on the tiny island of Easdale in the Inner Hebrides, which has a population of less than 100 and an area of just 62 acres.
Listen to the Hot Chip remix below.
Hot Chip released their sixth album ‘Why Make Sense?’ in May of this year.
In an interview with NME, vocalist Joe Goddard spoke about his enjoyment working with his fellow bandmates. “I don’t think I’ve ever questioned [the future of the band],” he said, before jokingly adding, “although, if I had some enormo mega-hit outside of Hot Chip, I’d obviously leave the band and pursue that”.
Hot Chip are currently scheduled to tour the UK in October. They will play the following dates:
Bristol O2 Academy (October 13)
Portsmouth Pyramid Centre (14)
Glasgow Barrowland (16)
Manchester Albert Hall (17)
Leeds Beckett University (18)
Nottingham Rock City (20)
Cambridge Corn Exchange (21)
London O2 Brixton Academy (22)
Florence + The Machine are set to play the inaugural Apple Music Festival, a relaunched version of its long-running iTunes Festival in London, later this month. Disclosure, One Direction, Pharrell Williams, Take That, The Weeknd and The Chemical Brothers are all also set to play the event.