The remix EP features versions from Toydrum, Jenny Wilson and more.
Lost found the Copenhagen-based producer mining shoegaze and indie-rock influences, providing backdrops to the vocals of Blonde Redhead's Kazu Makino, The Raveonettes' Sune Rose Wagner and more. The remix record, which will come out through Trentemøller's label, In My Room, focuses on a handful of key tracks from the album.
Trentemøller will remix his own "River Of Life," replacing that track's guitar blast with retro electroclash tones. Fellow Dane T.O.M. And His Computer (half of the group Lulu Rouge) will also present his take on the song. Toydrum, the duo of Pablo Clements and James Griffith from UNKLE, has also been tapped for remix duties—their version of "Come Undone" will be accompanied by Trentemøller's own rework. The EP also features versions by The Knife collaborator Jenny Wilson and Unkwon, whose remix of "Deceive" is supported by Trentemøller's "Lost & Found" mix.
Check out the equine-focused clip for "Deceive" below.
01. River Of Life (Trentemøller Remix)
02. Come Undone (Toydrum Remix)
03. Candy Tongue (Jenny Wilson Version)
04. Come Undone (Trentemøller Remix)
05. Deceive (Trentemøller’s Lost & Found Remix)
06. River Of Life (T.O.M. And His Computer Remix)
07. Deceive (Unkwon Remix)
In My Room will release Lost Reworks on September 1st, 2014.