David Byrne and St Vincent give away free EP

David Byrne and St Vincent are giving away a free EP entitled 'Brass Tactics'. The EP, which features unreleased, live and remixed material is available to download here. David Byrne and St Vincent's Annie Clark released their acclaimed debut collaborative album, Love This Giant, last year. The 'Brass Tactics' EP tracklisting is: 'Cissus' [previously unreleased album track] 'I Should Watch TV' [M. Stine Remix] 'Lightning' [Kent Rockafeller Remix] 'Marrow' [live]

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David Byrne and St Vincent are giving away a free EP entitled ‘Brass Tactics’.

The EP, which features unreleased, live and remixed material is available to download here. David Byrne and St Vincent’s Annie Clark released their acclaimed debut collaborative album, Love This Giant, last year.

The ‘Brass Tactics’ EP tracklisting is:

‘Cissus’ [previously unreleased album track]
‘I Should Watch TV’ [M. Stine Remix]
‘Lightning’ [Kent Rockafeller Remix]
‘Marrow’ [live]
‘Road To Nowhere’ [live]

David Byrne and St Vincent will play a number of headline UK shows in August, starting at London’s Roundhouse on August 27 before visiting Birmingham Symphony Hall on August 28 and Glasgow Royal Concert Hall on August 29.

The shows will take place as part of a wider European tour. David Byrne and St Vincent will also join Sigur Ros and Belle And Sebastian in headlining this summer’s End Of The Road festival following their stand-alone shows. For more information, click here.


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