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Tame Impala Shares Dreamy Four Tet Remix of ‘Is It True’

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Tame Impala's Kevin Parker has unveiled a dreamy remix of "Is It True" by Four Tet.

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Following the release of the official music video for “Is It True,” Tame Impala musician Kevin Parker has unveiled a new, dreamy remix of the track by British producer Four Tet.

The remix of the track that features on Tame Impala’s latest album The Slow Rush is an ambient and discordant reimagining, in contrast to the heavier bassline featured throughout the original.

It’s the latest in a string of releases for the Australian artist, who recently dropped a remixed version of The Slow Rush — titled The Slow Rush in an Imaginary Place for the quarantine era.

“I made something for all you isolators out there,” he tweeted. “Headphones required for full immersive effect. See you in there.”

Parker has also shared a remix of 070 Shake’s “Guilty Conscience,” and he recently collaborated with Mike Skinner on the Streets track, “Call My Phone Thinking I’m Doing Nothing Better.” He contributed production to the Weeknd’s latest album After Hours alongside Oneohtrix Point Never.

Parker has emerged as one of the most influential voices of the last decade, with his latest album serving as a deep reflection on the passage of time. “The Slow Rush is an extraordinarily detailed opus,” said Pitchfork. “I have to marvel that all this sound and history comes from Parker alone, picking every string and twisting every knob.”

“Is It True” is the sixth single from The Slow Rush, following “Borderline,” “It Might Be Time,” “Posthumous Forgiveness,” “Lost in Yesterday” and “Breathe Deeply.”

The album, released this past February, became Tame Impala’s second Number One in their native country of Australia, and their previous album Currents recently achieved RIAA-certified Platinum status in the U.S., with more than 2.5 million copies sold internationally.

Tame Impala will commence their rescheduled tour at Auckland’s Spark Arena on Saturday 5 December and continue through Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth.

Tame Impala 2020 Tour Dates

Rescheduled dates

Tuesday, December 8th
Moved from Tuesday, April 18th
Brisbane Entertainment Centre, Brisbane, QLD (All Ages)

Thursday, December 10th
Moved from Monday, April 20th
Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney, NSW (All Ages)

Sunday, December 13th
Moved from Thursday, April 23rd
Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne, VIC (All Ages)

Monday, December 14th
Moved from Friday, April 24th
Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne, VIC (All Ages)

Wednesday, December 16th
Moved from Saturday, April 25th
Adelaide Entertainment Centre Arena, Adelaide, SA (All Ages)

Saturday, December 19th
Moved from Tuesday, April 28th
RAC Arena, Perth, WA (All Ages)

Tickets on sale now through Ticketek