July 22, 2010 16:02

You Say Party announce remix album and tour plans – ticket details

Band line up first UK dates since drummer Devon Clifford's death

You Say Party announce remix album and tour plans – ticket details
You Say Party have announced plans to release a remix album of their 2009 LP 'XXXX'.

The band formerly know as You Say Party! We Say Die! are set to release the record, entitled 'REMIXXXX', on September 21. It includes new mixes by Los Campesinos! labelmates CFCF, Mathemagic and Sally Shapiro's Johan Agebjorn.

Teen Daze and Babe Rainbow also contribute to the album.

The full tracklisting is as follows:

'Dark Days' (CFCF Mix)
'Dark Days' (Teen Daze Mix)
'There Is XXXX (Within My Heart)' (Mathemagic Mix)
'There Is XXXX (Within My Heart)' (Beckwith and Tombstone Mix)
'Laura Palmer's Prom' (Sally Shapiro Mix)
'Laura Palmer's Prom' (Los Campesinos Mix)
'Dark Days' (Babe Rainbow Mix)
'Dark Days' (LandscapeBodyMachine Mix)
'There Is XXXX (Within My Heart)' (SkullKrushers Mix)
'There Is XXXX (Within My Heart)' (Teen Daze Mix)


The band have also announced their first UK tour dates since the death of their drummer Devon Clifford, which prompted the band to change their name.

They will play:

London Barfly (October 29)
Brighton Freebutt (November 30)
Cambridge Portland Arms (December 1)
Manchester Sound Control (3)
Glasgow Captains Rest (4)


To check the availability of You Say Party tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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