Charlotte Gainsbourg announces 6 track ‘Sylvia Says’ Remix EP with A-Track Remix – Field Day show on Saturday 2nd June

May 25, 2018





Charlotte Gainsbourg who performs at Field Day on Saturday 2 June, has unveiled a remix of ‘Sylvia Says’ by revered Canadian DJ and producer A-Trak. The cut will appear on a 6 track remix EP out through Because Music on 1st June which features treatments of ‘Sylvia Says’ by Tensnake, Breakbot, Jerge, Mind Enterprises and Radio Slave.

Grammy-nominated producer A-Trak, who founded the celebrated Fool’s Gold label and has worked with the likes of Kanye West, Miike Snow, Jamie Lidell and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, had this to say about remixing ‘Sylvia Says’, “Growing up in Canada I was exposed to a lot of French culture so for me it was very exciting to get to remix Charlotte Gainsbourg. Her style and vocal tone are so specific and perennially cool. The fact that she worked with my good friend Sebastian on this album made the whole thing even cooler to me.”

Gainsbourg, who released a limited edition, 12” EP featuring remixes by Soulwax, SebastiAn and Les Oxalis for Record Store Day, returns to London on Saturday 2 June to play at Field Day. Charlotte’s recent sold out show at London’s Village Underground drew enthusiastic critical praise with The Guardian and The Independent both bestowing 5 star reviews. “With a whisper of a voice, Serge’s daughter channels her father’s lascivious magnetism into a mesmerising, euphoric show,” reflected the former. The latter noted, “it’s a beautiful, honest performance, and maybe a little cathartic too; an irresistible flicker emerging from much darkness.

Following sold out appearances across Europe and Japan, Charlotte will also perform in the following cities in the coming months:
Tickets for all shows will be available from

Fri 1st – Primavera Sound – Barcelona, Spain
Sat 2nd – Field Day – London, UK
Sun 3rd – We Love Green – Paris, France
Sat 9th – Radar Festival – Milan, Italy
Fri 15th – Magnifique Society – Reims, France
Sat 16th – Is This Pop Festival – Lille, France
Tues 26th & Weds 27th – Jazz Festival – Montreal, Canada
Sat 30th – Garorock – Marmande, France

Mon 2nd – Jazz Festival – Montreux, Switzerland
Weds 4th- Roskilde Festival – Roskilde, Denmark
Fri 6th – Festival Beauregard – Herouville-Saint-Clair, France
Weds 11th – Festival de Poupet – Saint-Malo’-du-Bois, France
Sat 14th – Cactus Festival – Bruges, Belgium
Mon 16th – Les Nuits de Forviere – Lyon, France
Tues 17th – Theatre Antique – Arles, France
Sun 22nd- Fyf – Los Angeles, USA
Fri 27th – Panorama Festival – New York, USA

Sat 4th – OFF Festival – Katwice, Poland
Thurs 9th – Way Out West Festival – Gothenburg, Sweden
Fri 10th – Øya Festivalen – Oslo, Norway
Sat 11th – Flow Festival – Helsinki, Finland
Sun 19th – La Route Du Rock – Saint Malo, France
Fri 24th – Open Air Festival – Zurich, Switzerland

Released on Because Music, Charlotte Gainsbourg’s album ‘Rest’ garnered global plaudits and featured in numerous ‘Albums of the Year’ polls. Produced by SebastiAn (Frank Ocean, Kavinsky) and mixed by Tom Elmhirst (Adele, Lorde, David Bowie), ‘Rest’ is Gainsbourg’s first studio album in seven years. It features collaborations with Sir Paul McCartney, Daft Punk’s Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo, Connan Mockasin and Owen Pallett (Arcade Fire, Caribou). The eleven songs on ‘Rest’ are nothing if not sure-footed, proffering a compelling fusion of gleaming, string-emblazoned modern electro-pop and cinematically textured avant-chanson—their magical music box melodies kissed by bruised, introspective, occasionally disquieting lyrics.

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