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Chvrches, John Carpenter – Good Girls (John Carpenter Remix) b/w Turning The Bones (CHVRCHES Remix) (7", Blue & Pink Marble)
Chvrches, John Carpenter – Good Girls (John Carpenter Remix) b/w Turning The Bones (CHVRCHES Remix) (7", Blue & Pink Marble)
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Chvrches, John Carpenter – Good Girls (John Carpenter Remix) b/w Turning The Bones (CHVRCHES Remix) (7", Blue & Pink Marble)

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7" Single, Limited Edition, Blue And Pink Marble Vinyl 
Sacred Bones Records – SBR-290 (2021) UK, US 

Scottish synth pop sensations Chvrches have a history of commissioning remixes for each of their chart topping albums. Given the cinematic concept of their latest Screen Violence they wanted to get a composer involved who worked in that universe. Singer and percussionist Lauren Mayberry said that the master of horror John Carpenter was the top of their wish list.

Carpenter’s remix of the Chvrches song “Good Girls,” created alongside his creative partners Cody Carpenter and Daniel Davies, enhances the depths of the song’s already infectious synthesizer melodies and adds his signature slightly sinister swagger and groove.

“We chose the track we did because we connected with it the most and felt it would adapt best to our style,” Carpenter said of the song choice. “After we finished our remix, we asked them if they could also remix one of our songs in return, and they thought it was a great idea.” Carpenter could hear the strength of combining these two vastly different but stylistically symbiotic sounds and Chvrches was more than happy to oblige. They chose a standout track from Carpenter’s recent Lost Themes III album “Turning the Bones” and the resulting remix is equally as dynamic and unique. Collaborating across genres and generations these artists have honored a deep respect from one another. The resulting singles will be available on limited edition 7” records while supplies last.