The 12” vinyl single ‘trigger-HAPPY’ by The Mobile Homes, with remixes by Pete Gleadall and Albin Myers is out today.

Two tracks from The Mobile Homes latest album ‘Trigger’ have gotten remixed by two of the biggest in the scene. ‘Once Upon a Time I Was Handsome’, remixed by the mighty Pete Gleadall & ‘The Sorrow Stays for Good’, remixed by the mastermind Albin Myers. The result is the 12” single ‘trigger-HAPPY’, out now.

The opening track is a remix of ‘Once Upon a Time I was Handsome’ by Pete Gleadall. Pete is a producer, engineer, mix engineer, musician and synth programmer.

He’s worked with George Michael, Pet Shop Boys, Robbie Williams, David Bowie, Boy George, Johnny Marr (The Smiths), Elton John, Trevor Horn, Brandon Flowers (The Killers), Madonna, U2, Lady Gaga and many more. Pete loved The Mobile Homes song ‘Once Upon a Time I was Handsome’ and reworked/remixed it for them. Mark Refoy (ex-Spiritualized) played extra guitar on his remix.

Listen to ‘trigger-HAPPY’ and buy the vinyl:

The Mobile Homes was formed in 1984, and have since then been in various constellations, and are now the founders the brothers Andreas Brun and Patrik Brun and Hans Erkendal, along with Sami Sirviö and Markus Mustonen (Kent).