Tame Impala Announces The Slow Rush Deluxe + Breathe Deeper (Lil Yachty Remix)

Today, Tame Impala (Kevin Parker) announces The Slow Rush Deluxe Box Set available February 18, 2022 via Island Records Australia, featuring b-sides and remixes of his GRAMMY-nominated 2020 album. The physical version will feature two transparent red LP’s and alternate artwork including a 40-page booklet and The Slow Rush 2050 calendar. Both the physical and digital versions will feature two never-before-heard b-sides, the pre-album single Patience (both original and remix), plus additional extended versions and remixes including Breathe Deeper (Lil Yachty Remix) out today. The box set is available for pre-order here.

“It was so amazing to work with Kevin as I’ve been a big fan since high school so it was a pleasant surprise and honour to be a part of such an incredible song,” shares Lil Yachty of the remix.   Listen to Breathe Deeper (Lil Yachty Remix) here and watch the clip here:

The Slow Rush, released in 2020 has amassed over 1.3 billion streams worldwide. The album landed at #1 album on the ARIA album chart, was his highest charting album to date in both the US and UK with 14 top 10 chart positions around the world.  The album serves as a deep reflection on the passage of time. “The Slow Rush is an extraordinarily detailed opus,” said Pitchfork. “I have to marvel that all this sound and history comes from Parker alone, picking every string and twisting every knob.” 

In addition to its chart success, Parker won an ARIA Awards haul, taking home Album of the Year, Best Group, Best Rock Album, Engineer of the Year and Producer of the Year. Parker was nominated for two GRAMMY Awards in 2021 for Best Alternative Album and Best Rock Song for the single Lost In Yesterday. This marked his third nomination in the Alternative category, having previously been nominated for Currents and LonerismThe Slow Rush was also nominated for two Billboard Music Awards and an American Music Award (AMA).

In the midst of a North America tour, Tame Impala is back performing arenas alongside headline performances at Firefly Festival and Outside Landsfestivals.   Tame Impala will now hit Australian shores for their epic live shows in Spring 2022, kicking off their rescheduled tour at Auckland’s Spark Arena on Saturday 15 October 2022.  Tame Impala will be joined by rising stars Genesis Owusu and Sycco in Australia and Ladyhawke in New Zealand.

Parker has emerged as one of the most influential voices of the last decade. Thanks to the ravenous demand of fans for a transcendent live performance, Tame Impala has headlined festivals and theatres around the world and released four full length albums – InnerSpeaker, LonerismCurrents and The Slow Rush. As a writer and producer Parker has collaborated with The Weeknd, Travis Scott, SZA, Lady Gaga, Mark Ronson, Kanye West, Kali Uchis, Theophilus London, Miguel, A$AP Rocky and more.


Sunday 31 October – Outside Lands Festival, San Francisco, CA
Tuesday 2 November – Hollywood Bowl,  Los Angeles, CA
Wednesday 3 November – Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, CA
Sunday 7 November – Germania Insurance Amphitheater, Austin, TX
Monday 8 November – White Oak Lawn, Houston, TX
Tuesday 9 November – American Airlines Center, Dallas, TX
Saturday 13 November  – Pa’l Norte Music Festival, Monterrey, MX
Wednesday 17 November  – Telmex Auditorium, Guadalajara, MX
Saturday 20 November  – Corona Capital, Mexico City, MX 

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w/ special guests Genesis Owusu + Sycco (AU only) and Ladyhawke (NZ)
Presented by Chugg Entertainment, Frontier Touring, Laneway Presents & triple j

Saturday 15 October 2022 – Spark Arena | Auckland, NZ
Previously Sunday 5 December 2021

Tuesday 18 October 2022 – Brisbane Entertainment Centre | Brisbane, QLD
Previously Thursday 9 December 2021

Thursday 20 October 2022 – Qudos Bank Arena | Sydney, NSW
Previously Tuesday 7 December 2021

Saturday 22 October 2022 – Rod Laver Arena | Melbourne, VIC
Previously Sunday 12 December 2021

Sunday 23 October 2022 – Rod Laver Arena | Melbourne, VIC
Previously Monday 13 December 2021

Wednesday 26 October 2022 – Adelaide Entertainment Centre Arena | Adelaide, SA
Previously Wednesday 15 December 2021

Saturday 29 October 2022 – RAC Arena | Perth, WA
Previously Saturday 18 December 2021

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