Gang Of Four will release the 5-track This Heaven Gives Me Migraine EP on February 26, 2020.
The new EP follows the death of founding member Andy Gill at the start of the month, and compiles new material he was working on at that time. There are three new recordings (one a reworking of an older song), and two spoken interludes.
Gill's wife, Catherine Mayer, explains:
From the hospital, Andy continued to give final notes on mixes of music that he looked forward to releasing. Since his death, I have been working with the band to fulfill his vision. The only change we have made is to include on the EP two brief recordings of Andy speaking, both, in different ways, essence of Andy.
Rolling Stone has shared "The Dying Rays (2020)," a reimagined take of a song that appeared on 2015's What Happens Next album. This new version has vocals by John “Gaoler” Sterry in place of original vocalist, Herbert Grönemeyer.
This Heaven Gives Me Migraine EP Track-listing
Anthrax (Andy speaks)
The Dying Rays (2020)
Natural’s Not In It
Purple in Nature (Andy speaks)
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