Dream Pop Specialists bdrmm Release New Port Remix EP

Acclaimed shoegaze quartet announce series of live dates in support of the release

Posted on Apr 9th, 2022 in News, bdrmm, Sonic Cathedral
Dream Pop Specialists bdrmm Release New Port Remix EP Shoegaze mavens bdrmm have released their new EP Port, which features the title track alongside remixes by a score of luminaries. The seven track release is out now digitally and on CD with a limited edition orange vinyl 12” version to follow on August 19.

“The idea originally stemmed from us joking about Daniel Avery remixing one of our tracks one day and we just kind of went from there,” singer Ryan Smith said of the inspiration behind the EP’s unusual genesis.

Issued through celebrated shoegaze label Sonic Cathedral, the disc includes re-imaginings by Working Men’s Club, A Place To Bury Strangers, W.H. Lung, Clipping and bdrmm bassist / keys player Jordan Smith, as Mouth Company.

The Daniel Avery remix comes backed with a promo created by leading music video filmmakers Inner Strings, who recently collaborated with Ulrich Schnauss on tour.

Port is the first major release by bdrmm since the Hull / Leeds outfit’s highly acclaimed debut LP Bedroom was issued in July 2020.

Hitting the road later this month, the quartet support shoegaze legends Ride on a slew of dates for their thirtieth anniversary tour of classic album Nowhere. Heading into summer bdrmm play several festival dates with three shows in Ireland this winter (see below for full details).

Port is out now through Sonic Cathedral

bdrmm Tour Dates: (dates marked * are supporting Ride)

April 21, Sheffield – Foundry*
April 22, Norwich – The Waterfront *
April 23, Oxford – O2 Academy*
April 24, Bristol – Marble Factory*
April 26, Glasgow – SWG3*
April 27, Newcastle – Boiler Shop*
April 28, Manchester – O2 Ritz*
April 29, London – Roundhouse*
May 28, Bristol – Dot to Dot Festival
May 29, Nottingham – Dot to Dot Festival
June 5, Angers, FR – Levitation Festival
September 9-11, Asten-Heusden, NL – Misty Fields Festival
November 10, Galway – Roisin Dubh
November 11, Cork – Winthrop Ave
November 12, Limerick – Kasbah Social Club