|Hatcham Look Good On The Dancefloor!|
|27th September 2012|
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| ** HATCHAM SOCIAL GET REMIXED FOR NEW SINGLE! **
** AND REV UP FOR CINEMATIC LAUNCH PARTY!! **
** PLUS UK GIGS WITH PAINS OF BEING PURE AT HEART¬¶**
** ¬¶AND TIM BURGESS!!! **
Intrepid indie troubadours HATCHAM SOCIAL are polishing their spark plugs for another romp around the live circuit with their About Girls album putting on lipstick in the passenger seat. Thus far the quartets swoonsome sophomore release has already delivered leftfield hits ahoy in the shape of Like An Animal, I Look Like A God When You Dance With Me and Lois Lane, and now the release of a remix of All Summer Long sees the Hatchamites hatch more lively plans for the fall.
The remix of All Summer Long is the first track from a re-imagining of the aforementioned 'About Girls' album titled 'Dreaming Of Electric Girls' with underground electronic producer Harry Love. Love himself is known best for his work producing copious white label breakbeat and house 12 inches in the late 90s on labels such as Y2K, Hot Potato, Carbon and Locked On as well as remixing artists such as David Bowie, Sophie Ellis Baxter and Nirvana and working with The Streets. He was part of breakbeat outfit Groovy Onion and electronic groups Solaris and Dirty Funker. Harry has previously also remixed early Hatcham B-sides on their 7¬ů releases.
Hatcham Social headline Dalston Birthdays on October 6th. This will be a free warm up show for the October tours with The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart and then Tim Burgess (full dates below). The Birthdays show will also be used as a premiere for "The End Of Lois Lane" by Oliver Guy-Watkins, a short film inspired by and featuring songs from About Girls. The film will be screened before the bands play, and times will be:
Get social with Hatcham Social at these gigs here¬¶