Brooklyn-based band LAPÊCHE is pleased to share Samuel Fogarino of Interpol’s remix of their single “Gracie”. The reworked version of the song is the first track to be lifted from the band’s remix EP Spirit Bunnies (Remixes) out April 1 via New Granada Records (pre-save).
LAPêCHE’s 2019 EP, Spirit Bunnies has since been remixed by some of their favorite and most talented friends to support their tour with Chamberlain. Each artist offers different takes on the band’s uniquely somber, yet catchy indie-rock.
The EP’s lead track “Gracie” out today is remixed by Samuel Fogarino of Interpol. LAPêCHE’s David Diem says, “Sam beautifully deconstructs and reconstructs the song underscoring themes of anxiety, tension, and release.”
“Somewhat Similar” is remixed by Dave LeBleu of The Album Leaf, Mercury Program and Textual and the “Bottom Feeder” remix is created by Mark Rodriguez of Palatka, AKA NoCoding. Dave’s composition honors the original, artfully unearthing the bare bones of the song while Mark serves up a bombastic take, producing the most dramatic offering of the three of the tracks.
LAPÊCHE’s northeast tour dates with post-hardcore vets Chamberlain will include shows at the Knitting Factory Brooklyn on April 20, Cambridge’s Middle East on April 21 and Asbury Park’s Wonder Bar on April 22.