SixToes have paired up with Depeche Mode frontman Dave Gahan for their new single.
Continuing to expand, the revised line up of SixToes recently fled to an abandoned barn in Norfolk to focus on some new material. Throwing ideas around, the band raised the possibility of a dream collaboration - Dave Gahan.
Well, sometimes dreams do come true. SixToes were invited to remix a Depeche Mode track, taking part in a wider project around the release of 'Sounds Of The Universe'. Deciding to re-pay the favour, Dave Gahan agreed to drop past the studio.
Recording backing vocals on 'Low Guns', the singer even added a few bars of harmonica during the songwriting process.
Dave Gahan: "I always really liked the remixes that Six Toes did for Depeche Mode over the years, so when the band reached out to me about working with the band on 'Low Guns', I jumped on the opportunity. The band are exceptionally talented, the song connected with me, and I think the video is inspired and fantastic."
Listen to 'Low Guns' below.
'Low Guns' is set to be released on November 18th. SixToes new album 'The Morning After' will follow in 2014 - catch the band at the following show:
20 London St. Pancras Church
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