Don’t take off those schoolgirl uniforms just yet.
Back in November, legendary Russian duo t.A.T.u. celebrated the 10 year anniversary of their debut studio album 200 KM/H In The Wrong Lane with a special re-release of the album, including two new remixes and the previously unreleased track “A Simple Motion,” which premiered Excluusively on MuuMuse.
Today, the endlessly ferocious Miss Julia Volkova went ahead and posted two brand new remixes of the long-lost English ballad out of nowhere–and both they’re major.
Both the Gun Slung Low mix and the Planet Purple remix (Fun fact: Mr. Purple previously worked with Frankmusik to craft Kento‘s “Complicated”) give the song a dark, brooding thump, bringing the production closer to its Russian counterpart, “Prostye Dvizheniya.”
And just in case you forgot–the song’s all about doin’ it.
Check out the remixes of “A Simple Motion” streaming below!
VIVA LA T.A.T.U.
200 KM/H in the Wrong Lane was re-released on November 12. (iTunes)