Hear Josh Homme's Electro Remix of Mark Lanegan's 'Sad Lover'

"Josh Homme channeled the ghost of Eighties New Wave for this mix," says Lanegan

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Steve Gullick
Mark Lanegan's "Sad Lover" just got an electro remix by Queens of the Stone Age's Josh Homme.
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When it arrived last month on the Mark Lanegan Band's No Bells on Sunday EP, "Sad Lover" had a strong beat and some chest-grabbing distortion. Thanks to a remix by Queens of the Stone Age leader Josh Homme, however, it now has more of both, building up into a synth-driven industrial dance workout: "Josh Homme channeled the ghost of Eighties New Wave for this mix," Lanegan tells Rolling Stone

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No Bells on Sunday was released on July 29th through Flooded Soil/Vagrant Records, with 1,500 copies pressed vinyl and available online. Lanegan's last full-length, Imitations, was released in 2013, and in 2012, Rolling Stone described the previous one as sounding like "Leonard Cohen, Andrew Eldritch, and countless other gothy dudes with a taste for dysfunctional relationships."

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