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PREMIERE: Algiers Share Remix Of 'There Is No Year'
Christian Eede , June 17th, 2020 16:51

The updated version of the title track from the Atlanta band's latest album features on a new compilation raising money for the Alzheimer's Association

Algiers have remixed their track 'There Is No Year' for a new compilation raising money to benefit the Alzheimer's Association.

It's one of 17 tracks to feature on The Longest Day: A Benefit Album For The Alzheimer's Association, with the likes of New Order, Daniel Avery, Anna Calvi, Hayden Thorpe & Jon Hopkins, and Moby all also contributing exclusive tracks to the release. You can hear Algiers' remix of 'There Is No Year', which was the title track to their latest album, above.

The compilation, which is available to pre-order now, forms part of the Alzheimer's Association's annual The Longest Day fundraiser, and will be released on CD, vinyl and digitally with 100% of profits going to the organisation.

Mon Amie Records will release The Longest Day: A Benefit Album For The Alzheimer's Association digitally on June 19, 2020. The physical release will follow on October 1, 2020.

Read today's latest Black Sky Thinking feature, written by Algiers' Ryan Mahan, on why monuments are more than racist symbols, here.

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