12 dates including Islington Assembly Hall
Lambchop have shared a new version of “The Hustle”, from their FLOTUS album, entitled “The Hustle Unlimited“.
The song coincides with news that they’ll be touring the UK in August on a run of 11 dates which include London’s Islington Assembly Hall.
You can hear “The Hustle Unlimited” below.
Speaking of the new version of the track, Lambchop’s Kurt Wagner said: “Sometimes things can get out of control, an impromptu idea is presented and you take that idea to a logical conclusion to see where it goes. In this case Tony Crow [piano] came up with a rather ‘Love Unlimited Orchestra’ take on the hustle during a rehearsal with Andy Stack [drums, Wye Oak]. It seemed nuts at the time but being rather nuts ourselves I thought we should try recording it and taking it all the way to full realization. Plus it was a great way to capture Andy’s tenure with us in the studio.”
“The Hustle Unlimited” along with the previously shared Prince cover “When You Were Mine” will be available on a limited edition 12” via City Slang on August 11.
August 8 – Leeds @ Brudenell Social Club
August 9 – Glasgow @ Saint Luke’s & The Winged Ox
August 10 – Newcastle @ Riverside
August 11 – Manchester @ Gorilla
August 12 – Leamington Spa @ Leamington Assembly
August 13 – Nottingham @ Rescue Rooms
August 14 – Norwich @ The Waterfront
August 16 – Exeter @ Phoenix
August 17 – Bristol @ Trinity Centre
August 18 – Bexhill @ The De La Warr Pavilion
August 19 – Crickhowell @ Green Man Festival
August 20 – London @ Islington Assembly Hall
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