Dandy Warhols Revisit 'Bohemian Like You' on Demo – Song Premiere

Band's 'Thirteen Tales From Urban Bohemia' set for reissue

The Dandy Warhols
Courtesy of Capitol/UMe
June 7, 2013 9:00 AM ET

The Dandy Warhols will celebrate the 13th anniversary of their breakout LP Thirteen Tales From Urban Bohemia this year with an expanded reissue of the album that will see release on June 11th on Capitol/UMe. The two-CD version and limited-edition vinyl box set will come packed with bonus material including session outtakes, early and alternative mixes and demos. Now you can take an exclusive first listen to one of those early home recordings from frontman Courtney Taylor-Taylor, a fuzz-bombed version of "Bohemian Like You" that, despite the wall of distortion, still bubbles with the effervescent pop so audible on the official release.

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