Album artwork for Northing Really Changes (The Remixes) by RVG

Following their critically acclaimed third album, Brain Worms, RVG present a stunning collection of remixes from an all-star cast. This super limited 12” EP features electronic reworks from UK post-punk duo Sleaford Mods, Warpaint’s own Stella Mozgawa and Ahm (aka Andy McEwan from Huntly), alongside the fierce original version of ‘Nothing Really Changes’. On ‘Nothing Really Changes (Sleaford Mods Remix)’ the duo slow down the tempo and turn up the funk, transforming the beloved heartbreak song into five and a half minutes of feel-good bliss. Vager’s iconic line ‘Baby don’t you know, everyone is sad’ manages to land with less despair, instead lending a hopeful and harmonious outlook on a chapter closing. “A brilliant song. From a brilliant album. It’s been more than an honour to be associated with it in some way.” - Sleaford Mods

RVG

Northing Really Changes (The Remixes)

Fire Records
Album Artwork für Northing Really Changes (The Remixes) von RVG
12"

17,99 €

exklusiv
Black
Rough Trade-Exklusiv
Limitiert auf 300 Kopien
Veröffentlicht 01.12.2023Katalognummer

FIRE683_R12

RVG

Northing Really Changes (The Remixes)

Fire Records
Album Artwork für Northing Really Changes (The Remixes) von RVG
12"

17,99 €

exklusiv
Black
Rough Trade-Exklusiv
Limitiert auf 300 Kopien
Veröffentlicht 01.12.2023Katalognummer

FIRE683_R12

Following their critically acclaimed third album, Brain Worms, RVG present a stunning collection of remixes from an all-star cast. This super limited 12” EP features electronic reworks from UK post-punk duo Sleaford Mods, Warpaint’s own Stella Mozgawa and Ahm (aka Andy McEwan from Huntly), alongside the fierce original version of ‘Nothing Really Changes’. On ‘Nothing Really Changes (Sleaford Mods Remix)’ the duo slow down the tempo and turn up the funk, transforming the beloved heartbreak song into five and a half minutes of feel-good bliss. Vager’s iconic line ‘Baby don’t you know, everyone is sad’ manages to land with less despair, instead lending a hopeful and harmonious outlook on a chapter closing. “A brilliant song. From a brilliant album. It’s been more than an honour to be associated with it in some way.” - Sleaford Mods