Kingdoms In Colour Remixed
by Maribou State

— Released 10th May 2019 on Counter Records

Maribou State have announced their “Kingdoms In Colour Remixed” album, with the lead single - Khruangbin’s dub-infused version of ‘Feel Good’ - available now. It features additional new remixes from HAAi, Mano Le Tough, Skinny Pelembe, Juju & Jordash and Mount Liberation Unlimited, alongside previously released remixes from Maceo Plex, Adesse Versions, and DJ Tennis. They band have also today unveiled their biggest North American live tour to date, following a string of sold-out...

Maribou State have announced their “Kingdoms In Colour Remixed” album, with the lead single - Khruangbin’s dub-infused version of ‘Feel Good’ - available now. It features additional new remixes from HAAi, Mano Le Tough, Skinny Pelembe, Juju & Jordash and Mount Liberation Unlimited, alongside previously released remixes from Maceo Plex, Adesse Versions, and DJ Tennis. They band have also today unveiled their biggest North American live tour to date, following a string of sold-out shows earlier this year, they return this autumn with stops in Los Angeles, Seattle, Portland, Atlanta and many more, the tour concludes with a show at New York’s iconic Webster Hall. 

Fresh from back-to-back sold-out UK and EU tours - which included a triumphant show at London’s Brixton Academy - and having recently announced their return to Glastonbury Festival for 2019 and a headline show at the Sydney Opera House this July, Maribou State continue to add to an already impressive list of accomplishments. Their 2018 album “Kingdoms In Colour” has been streamed over 40 million times to date, earning them a #25 spot on the UK album charts (and #4 on the UK Record Store chart), BBC 6 Music’s ‘Album Of The Day’ and huge support across radio from Annie Mac, Nick Grimshaw, Gilles Peterson, Tom Ravenscroft, Lauren Laverne, Steve Lamacq, Pete Tong, Nemone and many more, with the band also performing live on Lauren Laverne’s show. The record also drew high-praise from the likes of NME, Complex, GQ, and Crack Magazine, with Mixmag naming them as one of their ‘Artists Of The Year’ 2018. 

Kingdoms In Colour Remixed
by Maribou State

— Released 10th May 2019 on Counter Records

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  1. 1
    Kingdom (feat. North Downs)  (featuring North Downs)  (Adesse Versions Remix)
  2. 2
    Nervous Tics (feat. Holly Walker)  (featuring Holly Walker)  (DJ Tennis Remix)
  3. 3
    Feel Good (feat. Khruangbin)  (featuring Khruangbin)  (Mount Liberation Unlimited's Reduced Funk Tripp)
  4. 4
    Vale  (HAAi’s Requiem for a Remix)
  5. 5
    Nervous Tics (feat. Holly Walker)  (featuring Holly Walker)  (Maceo Plex Remix)
  6. 6
    Turnmills  (Mano Le Tough Remix)
  7. 7
    Feel Good (feat. Khruangbin)  (featuring Khruangbin)  (Khruangbin's A Well Nice Version)
  8. 8
    Kãma  (Skinny Pelembe’s Birthday Cake Version)
  9. 9
    Kingdom (feat. North Downs)  (Juju & Jordash Remix)
  10.  
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  1. 1
    Kingdom (feat. North Downs)  (featuring North Downs)  (Adesse Versions Remix)
  2. 2
    Nervous Tics (feat. Holly Walker)  (featuring Holly Walker)  (DJ Tennis Remix)
  3. 3
    Feel Good (feat. Khruangbin)  (featuring Khruangbin)  (Mount Liberation Unlimited's Reduced Funk Tripp)
  4. 4
    Vale  (HAAi’s Requiem for a Remix)
  5. 5
    Nervous Tics (feat. Holly Walker)  (featuring Holly Walker)  (Maceo Plex Remix)
  6. 6
    Turnmills  (Mano Le Tough Remix)
  7. 7
    Feel Good (feat. Khruangbin)  (featuring Khruangbin)  (Khruangbin's A Well Nice Version)
  8. 8
    Kãma  (Skinny Pelembe’s Birthday Cake Version)
  9. 9
    Kingdom (feat. North Downs)  (Juju & Jordash Remix)
  10.  
    Play All (9)

Maribou State have announced their “Kingdoms In Colour Remixed” album, with the lead single - Khruangbin’s dub-infused version of ‘Feel Good’ - available now. It features additional new remixes from HAAi, Mano Le Tough, Skinny Pelembe, Juju & Jordash and Mount Liberation Unlimited, alongside previously released remixes from Maceo Plex, Adesse Versions, and DJ Tennis. They band have also today unveiled their biggest North American live tour to date, following a string of sold-out...

Maribou State have announced their “Kingdoms In Colour Remixed” album, with the lead single - Khruangbin’s dub-infused version of ‘Feel Good’ - available now. It features additional new remixes from HAAi, Mano Le Tough, Skinny Pelembe, Juju & Jordash and Mount Liberation Unlimited, alongside previously released remixes from Maceo Plex, Adesse Versions, and DJ Tennis. They band have also today unveiled their biggest North American live tour to date, following a string of sold-out shows earlier this year, they return this autumn with stops in Los Angeles, Seattle, Portland, Atlanta and many more, the tour concludes with a show at New York’s iconic Webster Hall. 

Fresh from back-to-back sold-out UK and EU tours - which included a triumphant show at London’s Brixton Academy - and having recently announced their return to Glastonbury Festival for 2019 and a headline show at the Sydney Opera House this July, Maribou State continue to add to an already impressive list of accomplishments. Their 2018 album “Kingdoms In Colour” has been streamed over 40 million times to date, earning them a #25 spot on the UK album charts (and #4 on the UK Record Store chart), BBC 6 Music’s ‘Album Of The Day’ and huge support across radio from Annie Mac, Nick Grimshaw, Gilles Peterson, Tom Ravenscroft, Lauren Laverne, Steve Lamacq, Pete Tong, Nemone and many more, with the band also performing live on Lauren Laverne’s show. The record also drew high-praise from the likes of NME, Complex, GQ, and Crack Magazine, with Mixmag naming them as one of their ‘Artists Of The Year’ 2018.