Kevin Parker details the Tame Impala “creative strain”
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Listen to Tame Impala’s euphoric 18-minute remix of ‘One More Year’

Tame Impala have shared a euphoric new 18-minute remix of ‘One More Year’.

The track acts as the opener on Kevin Parker’s latest album The Slow Rush which was released a few months ago. The remix is labelled as being an extended “Balearic house reimagining” of the original track, released via NTS for the radio station’s new ‘Remote Utopias’ fundraising effort in aid of the Global FoodBanking Network’s efforts. You can donate to the cause, here.

Kevin Parker recently made an appearance on Rick Rubin’s Broken Record podcast to talk about the band’s origin and talk about his creative process in immense detail.

During his appearance, Parker divulged: “It’s like flicking on the radio… [when you flick on the radio] it’s not like starting the song. It’s like coming in halfway through a chorus. And then I do my best to get to a place where I can record it, before I forget it… It’ll be like two bar, or a one bar piece of music.”

He went on to add: “The only thing that I’ve noticed as a pattern… is going from a loud place or a place with a lot of energy to stepping outside… going from lots of shit going on and thinking to suddenly nothing and then my brain has to find some way to fill that void.”

Listen to the remix, below.

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