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The band’s take on Syd Barrett’s adaptation of a James Joyce poem, “Golden Hair” was originally issued on Slowdive’s 1991 EP, Holding Our Breath. Since their comeback five years ago, though, the track has become a staple of their live shows, serving as the ideal closing number.
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This new gorgeous and expanded reworking — clocking in at a hefty nine minutes (!) — reflects the song’s significance in the UK group’s catalog after all this time. It was recorded in 2014, but mixed just this year by Slowdive’s own Neil Halstead.
Stream it below.
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