LADYTRON REVEAL NEW REMIX OF THEIR CLASSIC SINGLE “DESTROY EVERYTHING YOU TOUCH” BY SPACE MOTIONJune 20, 2023
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“Destroy Everything You Touch” Space Motion Remixes Releasing on All Streaming Platforms June 23, 2023
Available Exclusively on Beatport Now Listen
“Destroy Everything You Touch”
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For Immediate Release: June 20, 2023 – Following the release of their acclaimed seventh studio album Time’s Arrow in January and their first live shows in four years earlier this spring, revered UK synth group Ladytron have revealed a new remix of their hit song “Destroy Everything You Touch” by DJ/producer Space Motion. The remixes are available exclusively on Beatport, and will release on all streaming platforms on June 23. Ladytron have also announced a set of North American tour dates for Fall 2023.
This pulsating rendition preserves the essence of the original while adding a hypnotic twist, merging melodic house and techno with relentless energy. The robust rhythm seamlessly blends with Ladytron’s haunting vocals, creating an evocative and electrifying experience.
Space Motion’s remix pushes sonic boundaries, showcasing his artistic prowess and visionary talent as a top-selling artist in electronic music.
“Destroy Everything You Touch,” originally released on Ladytron’s 2005 LP Witching Hour, has long been one of the band’s most popular songs among fans and fellow musicians alike. The song broke the Top 50 in the UK Singles Chart and was included in Pitchfork’s “Top 500 Tracks of the 2000s.” The single was remixed by acclaimed DJ/Producer Sasha which was a standout out on his 2008 Invol2ver LP, and the new remixes by Space Motion have already garnered support from fan-favorite DJs Camelphat, Vintage Culture, Fisher, Gorgon City, Tale of Us and more.
The remixes and tour announcement come as Ladytron conclude a run of West Coast U.S. tour dates last month, during which the band performed in Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, and Los Angeles for the much-acclaimed Just Like Heaven Festival. Due to popular demand, the fall 2023 dates will see Ladytron once again take the stage in LA this time as a headline slot at the Belasco Theatre, plus dates in New York City, Austin, Dallas, Houston, and San Diego’s CRSSD Fest to deliver a performance of fan-favorites, classics, and new tracks from Time’s Arrow – the critically acclaimed album that received 4 Stars from Mojo, 8/10 from Uncut, and was called “intoxicating” and “enduring” by Pitchfork.
September 20 NYC, Irving Plaza 22 Los Angeles, The Belasco 23 San Diego, CRSSD
November 16 Austin, Mohawk 17 Dallas, Granada 18 Houston, Numbers 19 Mexico City, Corona Capital Festival
Tickets for all of Ladytron’s upcoming North American tour dates can be purchased here:
Praise for Ladytron’s Time’s Arrow
“Towering, filmic… Burnished synth-pop meets the hyperreality of travel.”– Mojo, 4 Stars
“A glittering palace of gothic Italo disco.”.– Uncut, 8/10
“A dreamy web of icy synthscapes and hypnotic vocals.” – A.V. Club
“Time’s Arrow sees a band revitalized, creating music with those rare qualities of nuance and complexity, flowing in a dreamlike state where, just maybe, darkness loses the battle against light.”
– The Line of Best Fit, 8/10
“Time’s Arrow, proves just how intoxicating Ladytron’s enduring brand of atmospheric synth pop can be.” – Pitchfork
“They still sound as if they’ve been delivered from the future, which would explain why they’ve achieved such reverence while attaining a longevity many of their peers could only dream of. They are iconic and influential in equal measures”. – Under The Radar
“Embodies the band’s signature style and makes evident its monolithic influence on bands like Chvrches and Metric.” – Bust Magazine
“The group seem to be embracing a heady psychedelia that finds them delving deeper into unexplored territory—which by their measure is a domain of dreams.” – Treble