Hollywood director David Lynch’s new single, ‘Good Day Today’, will be remixed by a selection of big name dance musicians, including Underworld, Basement Jaxx, Skream, Sasha and Jon Hopkins.
The news was announced this morning by Rob da Bank, whose Sunday Best record label released the single. The list of remixers are, in da Bank’s own words:
– “First up, Underworld”
– “The bad boy, Skream”
– ‘Then Sasha”
– “And of course, Boys Noize”
– “From Scandinavia, Diskjokke”
– “Simon from Basement Jaxx”
– “And last but not least, Dan le Sac.”
The remix package, which also includes a remix from Brian Eno collaborator Jon Hopkins, is due out in January, as part of a deluxe vinyl edition of the release, spread across two heavyweight 12″s and housed in a bespoke triple gatefold sleeve. It’s been crafted by The Vinyl Factory, designed by Vaughn Oliver (whose past work includes Cocteau Twins, Pixies and more), and includes a signed print by the artist and a CD with all the tracks from the vinyl and digital versions.
The vinyl is available to pre-order now.
You can hear Lynch’s original ‘Good Day Today’ single, which features the director on both production and vocals, below.