Wynne of Twin Shadow Made A Sick Remix For Fort LeanBy Noisey Staff
Here's Fort Lean with their game faces on.
Twin Shadow recorded their debut album, Forget, back in 2010, and the assistant engineer happened to be a bassist named Jake Aron, who happens to play in a band called Fort Lean. If you don't know them, Fort Lean makes emotive indie-pop with a big fat heart slapped on its sleeve. Twin Shadow became fast friends with Jake, and now he's got a new remix from Twin Shadow's keyboardist Wynne Bennet, who also goes by the name of DJ Lee Cooper. It's an eighties-inspired dark cavern club banger, and you can check it out right here:
You can check out Fort Lean on tour through May - they'll be linking up with We Were Promised Jetpacks for some shows in the US and Canada. Here are the dates:
4/24 – Boston, MA – Paradise
4/25 – Portland, ME – Space
4/26 – Montreal, QC – Il Motore
4/27 – Toronto, ON – Lee’s Palace
4/28 – Ann Arbor, MI – The Blind Pig
4/29 – Columbus, OH – Outland on Liberty
4/30 – Akron, OH – Musica
5/2 – Washington, DC – Black Cat
5/3 – New York, NY – Bowery Ballroom
5/4 - Brooklyn, NY – Music Hall of Williamsburg
5/5 – Philadelphia, PA – Union Transfer
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