The Cinematic Orchestra Release Three New Pépé Bradock Remixes

The Cinematic Orchestra Release Three New Pépé Bradock Remixes 

North American Tour Starts October 27th
"Soaring, rich...there's an incredible range to this record." - NPR Music
“Ornate symphonic soul…a suitably grand statement after a 12 year absence” - GQ

Legendary house producer and DJ Pépé Bradock releases three different remixes of The Cinematic Orchestra’s To Believe album track ‘Wait for Now’. Out today, these three reworks showcase Bradock’s versatility and skill as a producer. The Cinematic Orchestra are longtime fans of Bradock, whose seminal late 90’s releases such as ‘Burning’, ‘Angola’ & ‘Life’ were played in sets alongside their own tracks like ‘Channel 1 Suite’ and ‘Ode To The Big Sea’ at the time.
Listen to the remixes HERE
TCO recently released another remix package featuring a rework of ‘Wait For Now’ by Ghostly signed LA Harp innovator and collaborator Mary Lattimore (Thurston Moore/Kurt Vile/Jarvis Cocker) and a remix of the album track “To Believe” featuring Moses Sumney on vocals by New York based producer Anthony Naples, riding high from his acclaimed latest album Fog FM. Rounding off the package was the album version of lead single, ‘Wait For Now/Leave The World’ which features the vocals of soul singer Tawiah (who has worked with Mark Ronson, Wiley and Blood Orange) and the masterful keys work of Dorian Concept (Brainfeeder/Ninja Tune), adding extra texture to the track’s twinkling effervescence, and underscoring the far-flung connections which sit as the album’s foundation.
Listen to this package HERE
The Cinematic Orchestra have always defied category and convention -- neither an orchestra nor a band, not a pure jazz act but full of its influence, not electronic but originally rooted in a London based electronic scene. Musical trends come and go but The Cinematic Orchestra - now comprising of founder Jason Swinscoe and long-time collaborator Dominic Smith - have assuredly and defiantly stuck to their principles for over 20 years, since the release of their debut album, “Motion” in 1999. 
They will be touring the new album To Believe in North America this fall, bringing their spectacular, immersive live show there for the first time in over a decade. The extensive run includes shows at New York’s Brooklyn Steel and DC’s 9:30 Club, and will conclude with a very special performance at the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles on November 23rd. All dates below are on sale now. 


Oct 27th - White Oak Music Hall - Houston, TX *
Oct 28th - Mohawk - Austin, TX *
Oct 29th – Canton Hall – Dallas, TX *
Oct 30th - Exit / Inn - Nashville, TN *
Oct 31st - The Loft - Atlanta, GA *
Nov 1st - Orange Peel - Asheville, NC *
Nov 2nd - 9:30 Club - Washington, DC *
Nov 3rd - Union Transfer - Philadelphia, PA *
Nov 5th - Brooklyn Steel - Brooklyn, NY *
Nov 7th - Paradise - Boston, MA *
Nov 8th - Palais Montcalm - Quebec City, QC *
Nov 9th - Corona Theater - Montreal, QC [SOLD OUT] *
Nov 10th - Danforth Music Hall - Toronto, ON *
Nov 11th - Russell Industrial - Detroit, MI *
Nov 12th - Thalia Hall - Chicago, IL *
Nov 14th - Englert Theatre - Iowa City, IA *
Nov 15th - Gothic Theater - Denver, CO *
Nov 16th - Metro Music Hall- Salt Lake City, UT *
Nov 18th - The Neptune - Seattle, WA *
Nov 19th - Vogue Theatre - Vancouver, BC *
Nov 20th - Wonder Ballroom - Portland, OR *
Nov 22nd - Regency Ballroom - San Francisco, CA * $
Nov 23rd - Walt Disney Concert Hall - Los Angeles, CA * $
* with Photay
$ with special guest Patrick Watson