Lapalux Remixes Breton’s “The Commission” Ahead of Their North American Tour

Breton’s haunting, atmospheric track “The Commission” has been reworked by UK beat maker Lapalux. His aptly named “Aquatic Centre Mix,” which sounds like if the original had been plunged deep underwater, premiered at XLR8R.com where it is available for exclusive download. “Synth notes bubble up, deep pads surge like currents, and robotic vocal samples rock to the epp and flow of Lapalux’s slow-paced beat,” they exclaimed. The remix is from Breton’s forthcoming remix record while the original version of “The Commission” hails from the band’s debut LP, Other People’s Problems, which was released in April on FatCat Records to rave reviews from both sides of the pond.

Lapalux’s remix arrives ahead of Breton’s North American tour next month. The London-based audio/visual collective are returning to the U.S. and Canada for a headline tour following their main support run with We Were Promised Jetpacks this past spring. They will be joined on select dates by The Big Sleep and Ambassadors. Full routing below.

  

Earlier this month, Breton had a career highlight where they played at France’s La Route du Rock Festival in front of thousands in a castle with The XX. The full performance was filmed and can be watched below:

Watch the video for “The Commission”:

Breton - The Commission
Breton – The Commission

 

BRETON HEADLINE TOUR 

September 4 – Washington, DC @ DC9 *

September 5 – Philadelphia, PA @ North Star Bar *

September 6 – New York, NY @ Bowery Ballroom ^*

September 7 – Cambridge, MA @ Middle East ^

September 8 – Montreal, QC @ Casa Del Popolo ^

September 9 – Toronto, ON @ Rivoli ^

September 11 – Detroit, MI @ Magic Stick Lounge ^

September 12 – Chicago, IL @ Empty Bottle ^

September 13 – Vancouver, BC @ Electric Owl

September 14 – Seattle, WA @ Barboza

September 15 – Portland, OR @ Rotture

September 18 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Echo

September 19 – San Francisco, CA @ Brick and Mortar

 

^ w/ The Big Sleep

* w/ Ambassadors

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