℗ 2021 Steven Wilson Productions under exclusive license to Arts & Crafts Productions Inc.
Released June 11, 2021
Duration 4m 39s
Record Label Arts & Crafts Productions Inc.
Catalogue No. ACX722HD
Genre Rock

PERSONAL SHOPPER (Biffy Clyro Remix / Single)

Steven Wilson, Biffy Clyro

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PERSONAL SHOPPER (Biffy Clyro Remix)
Steven Wilson; Biffy Clyro
Scottish rock trio Biffy Clyro have remixed Steven Wilson’s “Personal Shopper”! In place of the hypnotic electro-prog chug of the original the band’s new take on the song sees rocking guitars back to the fore. “'Personal Shopper' has already been chosen by numerous artists as The Future Bites track they wanted to remix and it’s been fantastic to hear all the different interpretations. Now Biffy Clyro have come with perhaps the most radical reinvention of the song by taking the mainly electronic track and reimagining it as a huge guitar anthem, which just blew me away. Perhaps one for those that missed hearing the guitars in my recent music!” - Steven Wilson
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