Listen to The National’s new remix of ‘Im Glück’ by Neu!

A remix of the 1972 Neu! ‘Im Glück’ – you can listen to it below.

The new interpretation by Matt Berninger and company will be part of the 50th anniversary box set of Neu!, which will be released on September 23rd via the British-German label Grönland Records (pre-order here).

The atmospheric eight-minute spin of ‘Im Glück’ will serve as the opening theme to the 10-track album ‘Tribute’. Other collaborators include Idles, Mogwai, Hot Chip’s Alexis Taylor and New Order’s Stephen Morris.

Morris and Gabe Gurnsey shared their version of “Hallogallo” in June. You can check out the full tracklist for ‘Tribute’ below.

Additionally, the vinyl and CD editions of the Neu! The group’s first three studio albums: ‘Neu!’ (1972), ‘New! 2’ (1973) and ‘Neu! 75’ (1975). The CD version also includes 1995’s “Neu! 4” (known as “Neu ’86”).

Listen to ‘Im Glück (The National Remix)’ here:

Neu!, the project of Michael Rother (Kraftwerk) and the late Klaus Dinger, reissued their debut album on cassette and picture disc earlier this summer. The band’s previous catalog was reissued in 2010.

Here’s the full tracklist for ‘Tribute’:

‘Im Glück (The National Remix)’

‘Weissensee (Fink Version)’

‘Super (Mogwai Remix)’

‘4+1=5’ – Alexis Taylor

‘Hallogallo (Stephen Morris and Gabe Gurnsey Remix)’

‘Lieber Honig (Yann Tiersen Remix)’

‘Super (Man Man Remix)’

‘Negativland (Negative Space Idles Rework)’

‘Zum Herz’ – Guerilla Toss

‘After Eight’ (They Hate to Change Cover)

Last month, The National returned with the single “Weird Goodbyes”, a collaboration with Bon Iver. Speaking about the song, Matt Berninger explained: “It’s about putting the past behind you and moving on, only to be overwhelmed by second thoughts.”

Regarding the process of creating the track, the band’s Aaron Dessner said: “‘Weird Goodbyes’ was one of the first new songs we did. It stuck in my head – it felt like something only Bryan could do. played naturally, and we built the song around that beat.

“Matt’s melody and words were so elegant and poignant from the beginning: mourning the loss of innocence and inspiration, clinging to memories and feelings that inevitably slip away, and the pain we all go through at foreign salvation”.

During a recent interview with NME, Bryce Dessner discussed what fans can expect from new material from The National. “It’s starting to become something we’re really excited about,” he said. “It’s hard to say what form it will take, but there are tons.”

The National released their latest eighth studio album, ‘I Am Easy To Find’, back in 2019.

The group recently returned to the UK and performed at All Points East in London, Edinburgh’s Connect Festival and Manchester’s Mayfield Depot.

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