Tune-Yards’ share the final remix ‘Look At Your Hands (ET.PATXKEISHH VIBEMIX)’ from …creep…Remixes. The full remix EP is released today featuring previously released remixes of songs off their 2018 LP I can feel you creep into my private life by Sylvan Esso, U.S. Girls and Suzi Analogue.
In partnership with Revolutions Per Minute, Tune-Yards will be working to generate support for small-to-medium sized organisations who are educating and mobilising voters in key states during this midterm election and beyond. Tune-Yards and U.S. Girls will highlight organisations along their upcoming tour route or fans can visit Movement Voter Project to find one in their town.
Garbus says, “I was particularly inspired by the work of Movement Voter Project and the organizations they are supporting because they work locally, have tangible and meaningful impact on important elections, and will be engaging whomever is in office after election day.”
Tune-Yards’ fourth album I can feel you creep into my private life was released earlier this year. A fully collaborative effort between Garbus and Brenner who co-wrote and co-produced the record, Garbus’ lyrics explore her place in the world, ruminating on race, politics, intersectional feminism and the environment.
More recently, Tune-Yards released ‘Mango’, a collaboration with Lakeith Stanfield’s musical project Moors. The duo connected with Stanfield through their work on the film Sorry to Bother You which they scored and stars Stanfield. The band performed ‘Heart Attack’ on Kimmel and ‘ABC 123’ on Conan in January.
Stream / purchase I can feel you creep into my private life here.