Deaf Havana are releasing a reworked version of their latest record

And you can listen to the new version of Ashes, Ashes right now. 

Norfolk alt-rockers Deaf Havana released their fourth studio album with All These Countless Nights in January this year via So Recordings which hit No 1 in the UK Independent Album charts and top 5 in the UK album charts overall. Now the band are set to share a reworked version of the entire record which will be out next Friday (27 October), plus bonus tracks, AND a second disc including a set of reworked cuts, some of which feature the City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra.

Having previously released the new versions of singles Sing and Happiness, you can now listen to a hauntingly beautiful reworked Ashes, Ashes. 

Vocalist James Veck-Gilodi said about the release: “The inspiration behind these reworked versions, much like we did years ago with the Fools And Worthless Liars alternative versions, was that if we are going to re-release a record, we really want fans to buy something worth spending their money on. I’ve never been a fan of re-releases that just have a couple of live tracks shoved on the end. I am always keen to try out new things and I have a very short attention span…I’m incredibly excited for everyone to hear what we have done and to bring some of these new versions out on tour in the future!”

Check out the full track listing:

Disc One:
1: Ashes To Ashes
2: Trigger
3: L.O.V.E.
4: Happiness
5: Fever
6: Like A Ghost
7: Pretty Low
8: England
9: Seattle
10: St Paul’s
11: Sing
12: Pensacola, 2013
13: Cassiopeia
14: Anemophobia, Part II
15: Sickago

Disc Two:
1: Ashes To Ashes (Reworked)
2: Trigger (Reworked)
3: L.O.V.E.(Reworked)
4: Happiness (Reworked)
5: Fever (Reworked)
6: Like A Ghost (Reworked)
7: Pretty Low (Reworked)
8: England (Reworked)
9: Seattle (Reworked)
10: St Paul’s (Reworked)
11: Sing (Reworked)
12: Pensacola, 2013 (Reworked)

And for all vinyl lovers, a purple special edition vinyl of Reworked will also be available with a limited 500 copies.

Don’t forget you can catch Deaf Havana playing you some of these tracks live across the UK next month:

9 November – Brighton, Concorde 2
10 November – Southampton, Engine Rooms
12 November – Cambridge, Junction
13 November – Bath, Komedia
14 November – Coventry, Kasbah
15 November – Leeds, Beckett University
17 November – Nottingham, Rock City
18 November – Liverpool, Academy
20 November – Aberdeen, Garage
21 November – Edinburgh, Queens Hall
22 November – Newcastle, Northumbria University
24 November – Cardiff, Y Plas
25 November – Exeter, Lemon Grove

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